Well here’s food for thought…
A recent study conducted by the University of Leeds and Silentnight found 29% of people blamed their partners for not being able to get a good nights kip mainly because of snoring!
Did you know, amongst other things, sleep deprivation can increase the risk of strokes, heart disease and respiratory issues.
Our skin can also be impacted if we do not get enough sleep. Women especially, wear signs of lack of sleep on their faces in the form of increased fine lines and wrinkles.
Not only are we affected physically but lack of sleep can also- affect our mental wellbeing putting us more at risk from depression and leaving us more moody than usual.
Sleep specialists recommend sleeping in separate rooms if your partner is keeping you awake at night…it’s for our own good!
Stop snoring tips:
Sleep on your side
Avoid alcohol, cold & flu remedies and/or sedatives
Check whether you have an allergy
Note; being overweight can cause snoring