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What is snoring?
You snore when the flow of air from your mouth or nose to your lungs makes the tissues of your throat vibrate when you sleep. This can make a loud, raspy noise. Sometimes people who snore also have sleep apnea, which means you stop breathing at times during sleep. Sleep apnea can make you feel tired during the day. It can be related to other health problems like high blood pressure and heart disease.
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Redwood City, CA 94063
Snoring happens when the airway becomes partially blocked, preventing air from reaching the lungs. Snoring may be a symptom of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Learn more.
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