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By: Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT on September 28th, 2015

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INFOGRAPHIC: Why snoring is not normal

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snoring is not normal

Should I be worried about my snoring habits? An overview on why snoring is not normal

Everyone can snore once in awhile. But being a daily snorer is not only a nuisance for your bed partner, but also a sleep disrupter that is most likely impairing the quality of your sleep.

If you know someone in your life who is a frequent snorer, there's a big chance that he or she may be suffering from a medical disorder like sleep apnea that might be preventing them from getting a good night's sleep.

Find out, in the inforgraphics originally published by the AASM as a part of their healthy sleep awareness project, why snoring is scarier than you thought.

snoring is not normal

Want to learn how to get a better night's sleep?

Check out our articles on:

Getting into better sleep habits for a more refreshing night of rest

Getting your teens to sleep better

Getting baby boomers to have better quality sleep

And finally, don't forget about our advanced sleep healthcare course coming up soon in Branson. We will be covering diagnosis and advanced treatments for sleep related breathing disorders, one of the hottest topics in sleep health today!

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About Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT

Because of the implementation of his best practices of Implementing Inbound Marketing in its Medical Practice, he turned the once stagnant online presence of Alaska Sleep Clinic to that of "The Most Trafficked Sleep Center Website in the World" in just 18 months time. He is the President and CEO of inboundMed and enjoys helping sleep centers across the globe grow their business through his unique vision and experience of over 27 years in sleep medicine.

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