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Quit Smoking and Quit Snoring

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Around 30% of the population snores while they sleep, an indication that something is obstructing the movement of air during their time of much needed rest. There are many factors that contribute to snoring—sleep apnea, weak muscles, drugs—but one common habit that exaggerates the condition is smoking. Hence, people who snore really need to quit smoking if they want to have a more restful sleep for themselves and those they share the bed with. Let’s take a closer look at exactly how smoking affects snoring to further underscore the importance of giving up the habit. [Read more…]