Why Stop Snoring?


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Snoring is not only depriving you and your partner of a good night’s sleep, it’s also putting your health at risk.

Snoring and sleep apnoea, which is when you habitually stop breathing for more than 10 seconds at a time, can lead to long interruptions of breathing and less air getting into your lungs.

This can result in...

    • Less oxygenation of the blood, and so your brain starts to panic and you get less or lighter sleep and not enough rest.
    • Less oxygen leads to the release of stress hormones as your brain tries to wake you up to start breathing again. This can result in higher blood pressure and may cause enlargement of the heart, with higher risks of heart attack and stroke.
    • More cortisol and adrenaline which, over time, can lead to weight gain and even diabetes.
    • Your body will try to get more oxygen to your cells by building more blood vessels and capillaries which can encourage cancer cell growth.

    The Fitzwilliam Private Clinic has been very successful in helping hundreds of people, like you, to stop snoring for good while at the same time improving sleep apnoea.

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