Make it stop! Whether it’s you or your partner, snoring is annoying at best and a potential health risk at worst. There are things you can do to alleviate snoring and determine if the snoring is something to be concerned about.  The following articles, videos and tips provide some insight for dealing with nightly snoring.

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America’s Growing Epidemic: Sleep Deprivation
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Snoring/Partner Snoring

37 million Americans snore each night and over 90 million people have snored at some point during their lives. Whether it’s you who snores or your partner, nothing is more frustrating or difficult to manage than a loud snore when you’re trying to sleep. While snoring causes obvious sleep disruption and impaired sleep quality, it can also be a health concern if not corrected.

Snoring can be a symptom of different variables such as weight, allergies, alcohol consumed and other elements, but fortunately there are ways to alleviate snoring or the frequency of snoring. SleepScore Max is 100% focused on sleep by tracking your sleep at night to determine what might be affecting your ability to sleep well. Starting your first night, SleepScore Max provides a SleepScore that begins your journey to better sleep.  Through easy-to-follow advice and recommendations, SleepScore Max helps you each day with your goal to stop (or help your partner stop) snoring.

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