Snorelab Tracks Your Snoring, Helps You Find Out Which Sleep Tips Work
Charles, better known by his name Dr. Sleep is a former snoring patient. This is what makes his advice the best. It is all firsthand experience from his many years of snoring.
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That’s where Snorelab comes in. Snorelab records you while you sleep every night, and tracks your snoring on a helpful graph that shows you the intensity of your snoring as the night dragged on. You’ll see when you snored the most, when you were the quietest, how long it took you to fall asleep, and more. The app also records snore samples that you can play back, so if you go to a sleep specialist, you can play examples of your snoring for them so they can listen before bringing you in for a full sleep study.
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Singing exercises reduce snoring
The clinical trial, by Exeter University and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, showed that the singing exercises, which strengthen certain throat muscles, also alleviated symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea , a condition in which people stop breathing during deep sleep. Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea can result from weak muscles in the soft palate and upper throat (the pharyngeal muscles). Serious singers improve the tone and strength of these muscles by practicing certain vocal exercises. The study came about because singing teacher Alise Ojay contacted Malcolm Hilton, consultant otolaryngologist at the Exeter hospital and sub dean of the University of Exeter Medical School. Dr.
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Snoring, lack of romance blamed for divorces in Saudi Arabia
A marriage contractor told Al Youm that women insist on getting a divorce due to trivial issues, like the look of the husband inside the house among many others, Gulf News reported. He added that young wives were getting influenced by the media and dramas. The drafting marriage contractors had a meeting with religious figures to discuss the figures and causes of divorce, in Al Qateef in eastern Saudi Arabia. Several measures, including the need to check on the background of prospective grooms and not relying solely on matchmakers, were suggested in the meeting to curb the increasing divorce rates in the kingdom. The religious leaders and the marriage contractors also suggested to not rush into making final decisions on ending a marriage, until all ways for a reconciliation are exhausted and the spouses be given ample time to reconsider their options.
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