The Anatomy of Snoring and Options for Treatment

Amal Osman, Flinders University; Bastien Lechat, Flinders Universityand Danny Eckert, Flinders University Snoring happens when the muscles and tissues that surround the upper airway (at the back of the nose to the throat region) vibrate during sleep. Snoring can disturb your bed partner’s sleep, and it can be a symptom of the most common sleep-related … Read more