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Does Snoring Mean Deep Sleep?

No, it doesn't. In fact, the harm of snoring is more serious than you think. Severe snoring may be a medical condition. This condition, also known as obstructive sleep apnea, may be the reason you still feel tired even after a full night's sleep. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which your breathing repeatedly stops and starts again while you sleep, causing a drop in oxygen levels.


There two main types of snoring: 


Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when throat muscles relax intermittently and your airway is blocked.

 

Central sleep apnea, which occurs when your brain doesn't send proper signals to the muscles that control breathing during sleep.

 

So why do people snore?

When we breathe, airflow enters from the mouth and nose and then enters the trachea through the mouth, nasal cavity, pharynx, and larynx.

 

In this process, considering the surface area is not smooth, it may make a typical breathing sound.

 

Then what creates the snoring sound when we sleep?

 

If the upper airway where the nose, pharynx, and throat are located becomes more narrow, the respiratory airflow will be subject to relatively large resistance. The airflow against this increased resistance causes the soft tissues to vibrate, and a snoring sound is made.

 

After a person is overworked, the soft tissues of the pharynx will become loose, and the airflow will experience resistance when passing through, which will cause snoring, which is normal. 

 

Sometimes tonsillitis is involved, and the enlarged tonsils can cause poor ventilation of the pharynx, and you begin to snore.

 

If apnea occurs during snoring, you must be vigilant, you may be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS for short). 

 

A person suffering from OSAHS snores like thunder for a while, and then suddenly goes quiet, like theyre holding their breath. This can lead to an insufficient oxygen supply and may be connected to more serious, even life-threatening, health issues.

 

The Health Risks of Snoring

Not only does it make your partner get up at night, but snoring can also increase the risk of many diseases.

 

Difficulties in breathing during sleep will cause your blood oxygen levels to drop. If you snore all night, you will take in less oxygen than normal people, and hypoxia will affect brain function. Therefore, people who snore for long periods of time may have memory issues, and some people may experience morning headaches and have a bad temper throughout the day. In severe cases, snoring may cause high blood pressure and cerebrovascular diseases such as strokes, heart diseases, arrhythmias, etc.

 

People who have snored for a long time often have symptoms such as a lack of energy during the day, fatigue, morning headaches, and decreased concentration, impaired judgment and alertness, depression, anxiety, irritability, dry mouth, and a high blood pressure. If you snore and have long periods in which you hold your breath during your sleep, it is important to seek help for this issue.

 

How to Stop Snoring

You may be able to reduce your snoring by making certain lifestyle changes. 

 

These include:

 

Losing weight. Obesity is one of the main causes of sleep apnea syndrome. For obese patients, weight loss has a positive affect on their health. Furthermore, maintainig a normal weight has a number of other health benefits for systems and organs all over your body.

 

Quit smoking and drinking. Smoking can stimulate the edema of the nasopharyngeal mucosa and produce chronic inflammation, which prompts snoring. Alcohol can paralyze nerves, reduce muscle tone, and aggravate symptoms.  

 

Changing sleeping position. For patients with mild symptoms, sleeping on their side can reduce the influence of gravity, thereby reducing symptoms. To stay off your back while asleep, try to use a body pillow, or wear a soft blanket filled with towels or a blanket.

 

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