Nasal snoring doesn’t actually mean you snore through your nose. It means that problems within the nose are causing you to breathe through your mouth. This is what leads to nasal snoring.
There are numerous factors that lead to nasal snoring; however, most people often find it hard to identify this particular type of snoring. If you or your partner have snoring issues, it is best to consult a sleep specialist. Chase Dental Sleep Care has locations in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Long Island and Yonkers.
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What Kind of Snorer Are You?
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Are Snoring Aids The Best Answer?
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Side Effects of Sleep Apnea Devices
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Silence The Snore With Anti-Snoring Devices
Nothing makes you run to the hills faster than a snoring partner bed partner. But before you pack your sleeping bag and head out, keep reading to learn about how you can help silence the...
Feb 20, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)
Clenching Your Teeth During Sleep-Use A Sleep Apnea Mouth Guard
Some people tend to clench and grind their teeth in sleep. A common way to treat this is to use a sleep apnea mouth guard. While teeth clenching and grinding is considered normal if done...