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Synonyms for snore

the rattling noise produced when snoring

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the act of snoring or producing a snoring sound

breathe noisily during one's sleep

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Chronic snorers, who snored both before and during pregnancy, were two thirds more likely to have a baby whose weight was in the bottom 10%.
The study showed that children who snored loudly at least twice a week at the age of 2 and 3 had more behaviour problems than children who either don't snore or who snored at 2 or 3 but not at both ages.
For as long as Jackie Ryan can remember, she has snored and, at times, even wakes herself up by her loud breathing.
Those bed-sharing patients surveyed reported that 21 percent of their dogs and seven percent of their cats snored.
However, most of them did have times during the night when they snored.
and his colleagues compared the frequency of recurrent otitis media (ROM) and the need for tympanostomy tube placement in school-aged children who snored versus those who did not snore.
Ancient treatments included putting a clothes peg on the nose - but as well as being painful and unlikely to last the night, this would only work if the person snored through their nose.
A third of couples admitted they hardly ever had sex because one or other of them snored.
Children who always snored were roughly four times as likely to perform poorly at math, science, and spelling as were children who never snored.
Researchers found that two- and three-year-olds who snored loudly at least a couple of times per week tended to have more problems with inattention and hyperactivity, Health news reported.
During the study, the researchers looked at 43 preschoolers aged five, who snored and 46 children who did not snore.
They found that children with at least one parent who snored frequently were three times more likely to snore than those without snoring parents.