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Yes. Snoring and mouth-breathing can dry out the pharyngeal (throat) mucous membranes and this can cause the throat to be sore.
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You can try it, but there are so many underlying factors that cause snoring, that it would be best to see your medical provider or an ENT first to...
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Hi, Ok see if this helps you, there is very good site called earth clinic, it covers natural remedies, this is a link to there depression page.The...
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You should have her carefully evaluated by an ENT specialist -- the only person that can really "okay" the need for a tonsillectomy. She...
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Hi Do we take it that this is your hubby or b/f, if he is in deep sleep, then he would not know anything about what your seeing or hearing, if...
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Hi he's just dreaming of having sex with you, it can happen, but some how he's not going all the way and having wet dreams.What's behind...
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Hi, They say a footballers mouth guard works wonders for snorersGood Luck
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I would suggest trying not to sleep on your back. If that doesn't help, I would try the over the counter nose strips to see if they work.If you...
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Metabolic syndrome is probably something you have seen or read about in the news lately.  But you may not know exactly what it is, or how to...
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This toddler sleep problem could be caused by sleep apnea, a potentially dangerous condition in which your child stops breathing repeatedly while...
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A recent observation made in Australia could have significant meaning in the United States: Children who snore and have a bad night’s sleep could be...
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The problem you describe with your boyfriend is very common. Loud snoring occurs in almost 25% of the population. By itself, snoring is not...
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Most people snore occasionally. Snoring is usually not a serious problem, but sometimes it can signal a dangerous medical condition. The most serious...
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Most people snore occasionally. Men are 50% more likely to snore than women, and chronic snorers tend to be overweight and middle-aged. Snoring is...
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Benign snoring, as it’s called, is caused by “upper airway turbulence” that leads to vibrations of the soft palate and the uvula (that little flap...
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