Smoking is well known to have many direct links with a number of health issues including cancer , stroke and heart disease, so it is not surprising to find it is linked to snoring as well.
There are ample studies carried out over the years to confirm a relationship exists between the two.
Here is a list of things we know about the smoking and snoring link.
Snoring is most definitely influenced by the amount of weight a person carries. It doesn’t mean that you will not snore if you are not overweight, but if you are overweight then the chances of you snoring are MUCH higher and your health is at greater risk.
Brand new research completed by a team of Otolaryngologists at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit has found that snoring carries larger risk factor for stroke and heart disease than does smoking, excess weight, or high cholesterol.
For many years we have had an understanding that there are a number of serious issues associated with snoring. Now we are told, sleeping disorders like Sleep Apnea has now been linked directly with Cancer.
Many people who have sleep apnea do not even realize they have it because they don’t recognize the symptoms. So what is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a sleeping disorder and occurs when the walls of our throat close together whilst we are asleep, causing a blockage off our upper airway.