Snoring is estimated to affect 57% of men and 40% of women1 in the United States. It even occurs in up to 27% of children2.

These statistics demonstrate snoring is widespread, but its severity and health implications can vary. Snoring can be light, occasional, and unconcerning, or it may be the sign of a serious underlying sleep-related breathing disorder.

Knowing the basics about snoring β€” what causes it, when it’s dangerous, how to treat it, and how to cope with it β€” can facilitate better health and eliminate a common cause of sleep complaints.

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