Christmas is here! It feels like it’s been a long time coming, but the time has finally arrived to wind down for 2020 and ring in 2021 – and for many people, take some time off or even a much-anticipated holiday.
Holidays, whether you have a “staycation” at home or travel away, are all about spending quality time with family and friends, making memories, and recuperating both physically and mentally from the busy and challenging year and to refresh for the coming, better year.
Better sleep is one aspect of this.
A lot of people will also be staying away from home – with family and friends; in other homes, or camping, caravanning, or staying in hotels, motels, or resorts. This can be a concern for snorers and their loved ones.
Is Snoring an Issue for You?
If snoring is disrupting your sleep, this can have a seriously negative impact on your ability to relax and recharge – and to enjoy your holidays. This can be a problem not only for the person who snores but also their sleep partner and even people sleeping in nearby rooms.
The possibility (or even likelihood) of inconveniencing and disrupting the sleep of travel companions is a common concern for habitual snorers.
If you are staying in a hotel, motel, cabin, caravan, or campground, your snoring can also easily disrupt the sleep of strangers – it’s remarkable just how far the sound of snoring carries.
Can snoring really be that loud?
Yes! In terms of decibels, snoring level varies between snorers and even within one snorer as there are different types of snoring and which range in severity. The average peak noise level of snoring is between 50 and 65 decibels – this is the same level as normal conversation, or an operating typewriter or sewing machine. Some snoring can reach 80-90 decibels, which is the same decibel level as heavy traffic, a lawnmower, or electrical tools. It’s no wonder snoring is so disruptive to others! (Source: USC Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry).
The right i is crucial to enable better sleep for snorers and those within earshot of them.
Other Benefits of Snoring Treatment
Snoring is not only a “social” nuisance; it is also a health risk. Habitual snorers (and their sleep partners) experience disrupted sleep leading to daytime sleepiness, moodiness and irritability, and higher rates of anxiety, depression, memory and concentration issues, and accident and injury risk. Decision-making skills can become compromised and inadequate quality sleep leads to greater risks of developing chronic health conditions ranging from obesity to heart disease and even cancer.
Christmas is a time of giving – and what more welcome gift is there than the gift of better sleep?
Give the Gift of Better Sleep
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