The Ins and Outs of Snoring
Even if you’re not a snorer yourself, you’ve most likely experienced it secondhand. The widely common disorder impacts between 40-50% of all Americans. Snoring is notorious for causing sleep disturbances and sending partners marching out of the room in search of a quieter resting spot. The most obvious—and bothersome—of snoring symptoms is the loud, grating noise that occurs. For some, snoring only occurs periodically; for others, it’s a nightly affliction.
Causes of Snoring
Snoring is the result of air coming into contact with the soft tissues in the back of your throat, which vibrate and produce a hoarse, undesirable noise. Snoring symptoms can be caused by a variety of factors, the most common of which include:
How to Stop Snoring
Fortunately, there are several effective treatment strategies that can reduce or eliminate occurrences of snoring. At Renewing Sleep, we’ve helped patients stop snoring and achieve the rest they need by reviewing treatment options and finding the solution that best fits their individual circumstances. We offer no fee consultations and are happy to provide second opinions on a current treatment method.
Below are common treatment options for snoring and sleep apnea:
Dr. Mark Kleive is highly experienced in snoring symptoms and treatments to stop snoring. Read what his patients say about him. He offers a no fee consultation. Make an appointment and find out how he can help you get a better night’s rest. Call him at (828)669-2974 with questions or to schedule an appointment.