Archive for 'Snoring'
No nose is perfect. In fact, most of us have noses that are slightly crooked and could benefit from deviated septum surgery (septoplasty)—a procedure where the center of the nose, or septum, is straightened and aligned. [...]
Sleep apnea is a common problem in America: nearly 30 million Americans have some form of sleep apnea or gaps in breathing while sleeping. It’s already well established that sleep apnea can lead to high blood [...]
Quick. Hold your breath for 10 seconds. Now breathe in. Hold your breath again for 20 seconds. Now breathe in. Repeat all night long. That’s what it’s like for people with sleep apnea. Each night they [...]
People will try nearly anything to help stop snoring. Sleep strips. Special pillows. Anti-snoring sprays. Not to mention sleeping on our sides or sleeping alone. Leave it to Japanese inventors to invent a robot that helps [...]
When it comes to throat surgeries in young children, tonsils seem to get all the attention. People talk about how an ear, nose and throat doctor removed their tonsils as a young child. They may fondly [...]
Strange world records exist for nearly everything. A few examples: The world’s fastest talking woman can speak more than 600 words per minute. The world’s largest nose measures 3.46 inches from bridge to tip. Now you [...]
No one likes a snorer. Whether you’re the person who snores or the person who shares a bed or even a room with a snorer, chronic snoring is tough on everyone. Snoring is a common problem. [...]