What Causes Snoring? Improve Your Breathing During Sleep

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Both women and men are closely familiar with this common phenomenon, which usually becomes even more common with age: you get into bed exhausted after a long day, looking forward to a long, sweet sleep. But soon after you close your eyes you find yourself interrupted by the sounds coming from your partner’s side of the bed.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, approximately 90 million American adults occasionally snore during sleep, with 37 million of them doing so on a regular basis. Men usually start to snore in their late 30s and 40s which then worsens after the age of 50. Women, on the other hand, typically begin to snore after menopause. So what exactly causes snoring?

Technology to the Rescue |
Using a Sleep App for More Restful Nights

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Have you ever wondered what happens while you sleep? Whether you’re getting a full night of quality sleep or a decent dose of rest every night? The popular trend of self-monitoring is now dominating the world of sleep. Just like tracking vital signs in sports, today’s technology include many sleep apps and devices that will help you discover everything you need to know about those mysterious sleep hours – without you even having to get out of bed!

Ways to Help You Sleep |
The Power of Meditation

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It’s finally the end of the day. You come home and shower, have a light meal and catch up with your partner. You go to bed looking forward to a good night’s sleep, but surprisingly you spend your time in bed with your eyes wide open. A buzz of thoughts, to-do lists and future tasks run through your mind, and you wonder – where is the mute button when you need it most? Morning comes, and you start your day tired, unrefreshed and hopeless.
While there are several ways to help you sleep better, one seems to be very useful to many: meditation.

Getting Used to CPAP

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Sleeping with a CPAP device can be challenging. Most people struggle to adapt to their machine and experience difficulties sleeping with their mask on throughout the night. Due to continuous air flow which might feel unnatural at first, they usually have trouble entering a relaxing state of mind that encourages sleep. Add that general discomfort, possible noise and other things that may disrupt sleep, and you have a complete recipe for restless nights, or unrefreshing sleep.