Features June 2017 Issue

What Causes Snoring? It Could Be a Condition That Harms the Heart

What Causes Snoring? It Could Be a Condition That Harms the Heart

Obstructive sleep apnea is a common cause of snoring, but one that also puts your cardiovascular health at serious risk.

Snoring can be annoying for your partner, and a sign of a potentially serious medical problem for you. The sound of snoring is the vibration of tissue in your airways that is made worse because of blockage in or a narrowing of the airways.

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