Sign of: sleep apnea, cardiovascular problems
If you’re just snoring occasionally (or while you have a cold), that’s totally normal. But more consistent, frequent bouts of snoring may be a sign of issues to come. WebMD explains this nighttime habit can lead to obstructive sleep apnea that can cause you to stop breathing repeatedly while you’re sleeping. This can lead to a lack of oxygen to the brain over time, putting major strain on your heart that can lead to high blood pressure and disease.
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