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Insomnia – How Does it Relate to Snoring or Sleep Apnea?

Insomnia is the inability to maintain or initiate sleep and can be attributed to not enough sleep or sleep that is of poor quality with constant interruptions – for instance someone who snores or has sleep apnea. Up to 50% of the population suffers from insomnia at some time or another, however about 10% are plagued with this malady most of the time making it a chronic problem for them.

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Should You Have Your Tonsils Removed to Correct Sleep Apnea?

A tonsillectomy is a surgery to remove the tonsils. This surgery is often performed if your tonsils are enlarged and are blocking the airways during sleep. It is more often used to treat obstructive sleep apnea in children but it is almost never performed on adults especially if it is just to treat snoring.

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Tips for a good night’s sleep

Keep in Last of sleep you are there as absolute darkness, and the tiniest light in the room can disrupt the circadian rhythm, the sleep cycle – waking, and the production of the pineal gland (melatonin and serotonin, substances of the nervous system).

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