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People who snore are generally unaware of their snoring, and must rely on the observations of their bed-partners. Some snorers may wake up at night choking and gasping for breath, but this occurs relatively infrequently.

If you have been told that your Snoring is disturbing to others, or you have some of the symptoms and signs listed above, consult with your physician. He or she will take your history, perform a physical exam and will determine whether you require a consultation with a sleep specialist and a sleep study to determine if you have sleep apnea and to see how your snoring affects your sleep quality.

Depending on the results of the sleep study, you will be presented with a series of options to treat snoring.

Treatment Options

  • Lifestyle modifications
  • Surgery
  • Appliances
  • CPAP (a continuous positive airway pressure appliance which blows room air into the back of the throat thus preventing it from collapse).