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How Much Do You Know About Snoring?
Apr 14, 2018

Snoring leads to mild hypoxia


There will be such things as dry mouth, pronunciation, phlegm, coughing, and sweating. Feeling dizzy, like sleeping all night, this stage of snoring should be treated in time, early repair is relatively easy.


Snoring leads to moderate hypoxia


There will be poor sleep, difficulty falling asleep, dreams, and waking up. Sedentary back pain, jogging for a short period or climbing stairs too high chest tightness, shortness of breath. Bad breath, constipation, poor appetite, and decreased visual acuity, snoring should be taken seriously at this stage to avoid developing sleep apnea syndrome.


Snoring leads to severe hypoxia


There will be mouth breathing, frequent breathing stops, or awakening after more than ten seconds of breathing stops. Rapid gasp. Repeated many times a night. Suffering during sleep, upset, flustered; increased blood pressure after waking up. This stage of snoring belongs to sleep apnea syndrome and should be treated as soon as possible. Being left alone can easily lead to high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, diabetes, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and even serious conditions can be life-threatening.