Snoring: Troublesome or Harmless

Dr. Dan JensenSnoring

Do you snore in your sleep? Millions of Americans snore several nights a week. Snoring can be very frustrating for your partner, but in many cases your snoring is a simple annoyance. Snoring isn’t always harmless, and troublesome snoring can be a sign of an underlying health issue. If you snore every night, take a few minutes to learn the … Read More

Facts About Snoring

Dr. Dan JensenSnoring

Snoring can disrupt your sleep and keep your partner awake at night. It’s a harsh sound that disturbs the quiet of the middle of the night, and can lead to fights and arguments at home. Snoring occurs when the tissues in the back of your throat vibrate as you breathe in through your mouth, causing the loud sound we all … Read More

Snoring: What’s Normal and What’s Not

Dr. Dan JensenHeart Health, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Overall Health, Research, Snoring

Snoring: What's Normal and What's Not

Do you snore? Everyone snores from time to time, and if your snore infrequently it’s nothing to worry about. However, it’s estimated that around half of American adults snore regularly. This can disrupt your sleep, lead to daytime drowsiness, and make it difficult to focus on tasks. Snoring also affects your loved ones, and your partner will probably complain that … Read More