Recent studies have suggested a possible unique link between loud snoring and carotid artery stenosis, even in patients without OSA or with only very mild disease.
Articles tagged with "snoring"
Otolaryngologists should educate snorers about possible health implications as they work to find solutions
While guidelines help to determine when to order a sleep study, clinical judgment is vital
Evaluating and treating snoring in the office setting is something for which otolaryngologists are frequently called upon
Self-reported snoring linked with decreased sleep time, unintentionally falling asleep, coronary artery disease, depressive disorders
What is the long-term effectiveness of palatal implants as a treatment for primary snoring?
Snoring without OSA may contribute independently to cardiovascular disease and mortality
Does a new, full-night automatic system for the detection of snoring provide information on the acoustic characteristics of snores that differ in relation to the apnea-hypopnea index (AHI)? Background: The probability of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is 3.2 times higher in snorers than in non-snorers. Although several studies have shown differences in acoustic snoring characteristics […]
Snoring is a common complaint of patients (and their spouses) treated by otolaryngologists.