Because your partner doesn't need to be woken up in the middle of the night... again.
If you’re like most Americans, you probably do one pesky thing in your sleep — snore. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 90 million Americans report snoring at some point (and for 37 million, it’s an ongoing problem). In some cases, the noisy disruption is just an annoyance for their bedmate. But for many others, loud, frequent snoring can be a sign of a serious health issue like sleep apnea, so it’s really important that you figure out how to stop snoring.
Sleep apnea is a serious condition involving pauses in breathing during sleep that can then lead to other problems, including ones involving the heart like high blood pressure. A recent study has even identified a connection between Alzheimer’s and sleep apnea. Fortunately, there are many lifestyle changes and products on the market to try if you'd like to learn how to stop snoring at night. So tonight, instead of losing sleep over it, put the problem to bed by learning how to stop snoring.