Snoring: What to Do About It

By Todd C. Morehouse, D.O.

Tossing. Turning. Pillow over your head. Wishing you could get back to sleep, but that noise has been keeping you awake for hours. At some point in our lives, we have all experienced the effects of “second hand” snoring. Perhaps your spouse snores, or a travel mate on a trip made you tired for the big meeting the next day.

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