Snoring is a common condition that can affect anyone. However, it occurs more frequently in males and people who are overweight. And unfortunately, snoring has a tendency to worsen as you get older.
That occasional snore is usually not a very serious problem and it is mostly a nuisance more for your bed partner than yourself. However, if you are a habitual snorer, you not only disrupt the sleep patterns of those sleeping next to you, but it can also affect your own sleep quality.
It is important to realise that you don't have to accept snoring or see it as normal. There are a variety of treatment options available that will suit your needs. Therefore we recommend that habitual snorers (and their loved ones) consider professional help from a doctor or dentist in order to get a good night's sleep, and avoid further progression to a more serious sleep disorder.
If you are concerned about your snoring or a loved one's snoring, take our complimentary Online Snoring Assessment.