The link between alcohol and snoring

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    If you drink on a regular or frequent basis, your snoring can be directly affected as a result. Drinking can increase the intensity of a snore as well as the occurrence mainly due to the length of time it stays inside one’s system.

    Consider reducing or perhaps eliminating alcohol intake for better sleep condiitons.


    Studies have shown that after drinking even a minimal amount of alcohol, the relaxation affect has the effect of further raising the level of inspiratory resistance by as much as 4 times. This means that the average person is just as likely to snore after drinking alcohol as a habitual snorer. While a habitual snorer can have as much as 8 times more inspiratory resistance while sleeping after drinking alcohol, which can further exacerbate snoring and even cause mild sleep apnea. There are products like Asonor anti snoring products that help you to recover from it.

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