Snoring is bad for health
The longer and louder a person snores, the greater the long-term risk of stroke. Snoring and sleep apnoea lead to high blood pressure and lack of oxygen at the heart.
- Loss of over 2 hours of sleep
- Strains your relationship
- Oxygen deprivation
- Daytime tiredness and fatigue
- Decreased performance
- Dry mouth in the morning
- Recurring headache
- Lack of concentration
Deep and recreational sleep is an important factor for better quality of life, more productivity and vitality by day and, last but not least, more harmony in your bedroom.
November 28, 2022