Whether you are a frequent snorer or share a bed, room, or even house with someone who snores you’ve probably had at least one experience with snoring. Most of us would agree that it wasn’t a pleasant one. A recent study conducted in the U.K. shows that snoring may be more than just an annoyance. This study shows that many of us lose up to three weeks worth of sleep every year because of a significant others snoring.
Although sometimes joked about, snoring can be a real problem for both health and relationship well-being. In order to stop snoring health experts say you must first identify the kind of snore that you have. The researchers identify the four different types of snoring as nasal snoring, tongue snoring, mouth snoring, and sleep apnea. The latter of those four types is obviously very serious. Frequent snorers should absolutely see their physician to rule it out or begin treatment.