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Snoring, Sleep Apnea and Dibetes

Updated on January 2, 2011

Snoring may not be a life threatening problem usually, but it can lead to various severe strains on the relationship between the members of the family. Snoring problems have been the reason for the family to split in various places. Though many people try to use various kinds of remedies for the treatment of snoring, there are some simple methods that can help to reduce the snoring. The best of these methods are the exercises to prevent snoring. These can be done at home and at your own convenience, making it the simplest method to treat and overcome snoring.

Sleep apnea is a severe kind of snoring, where the person is not able to breathe for a few seconds. This condition may be fatal in a few patients, but in most people, it causes a severe form of snoring problems. It is commonly seen in those people who suffer from either depression or other similar kinds of problems. Those who suffer from sleep apnea may also have associated problems like hypertension, decreased Oxygen reaching the brain and these problems can lead to the death of the person.

It has also been seen that there is a relation between the snoring and diabetes. People who snore a lot have a decreased production of insulin in the body. Over a long term, this effect causes the person to develop diabetes. Though this is not a common problem, simple snoring solution must be used to treat snoring when it starts affecting a person. Snoring should be curbed as soon as possible because if it is not controlled, then it can lead to a lot of sleep problems.

The relationship between Diabetes and Snoring is also well known these days. To prevent diabetes caused by snoring, you should try to prevent snoring as soon as possible. Lifestyle changes like weight loss are very important to make sure that you can prevent diabetes and also overcome snoring.

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    • Lita C. Malicdem profile image

      Lita C. Malicdem 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      I'm diabetic and it's my first time to read that snoring can cause diabetes? Or is it the other way around? Thanks for sharing this information.

    • JD Barlow profile image

      JD Barlow 

      7 years ago from Southeast US

      I always wondered why I stopped breathing.

    • instantlyfamily profile image

      instantlyfamily 

      7 years ago

      You misspelled diabetes in your title. This is an interesting article. I also like Jeykishan advise. Nice work.

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      Jeykishan 

      7 years ago

      Is there any way to quit from snoring? Why don't write on it if there is an idea? Thanks for this useful article.Blessings!

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