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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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MOUTH-BASED SNORER TEST: See if you can make the snoring noise with your mouth closed.
Chronic snorers are also more than twice as likely to need an elective C-section, researchers found.
Yet there is still somewhat of a stigma surrounding women snorers.
That's why we encourage all adult snorers to consult with a dentist in their area and find out what an oral appliance can mean for their health and their quality of sleep.
In the unadjusted analysis, the persistent Snorers tended toward a higher body mass index z score than did the transient snorers or the nonsnorers at both the 2-year and 3-year assessments.
When it comes to snoring, Nuffield Health Tees Hospital's consultant ear, nose and throat surgeon Anirvan Banerjee, inset, says it's not only the snorer who is suffering.
Dr Tom Mackay, a consultant respiratory physician and director of the sleep centre at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, said: "About 20 to 30 per cent of the male population are habitual snorers.
7%); voice weakness and other voice quality changes were present in 8 snorers each (26.
Although the risk is particularly high in obese snorers, snoring remained an independent risk factor for developing gestational diabetes even after controlling for body mass index, reported Louise M.
Although the risk is particularly high in obese snorers, snoring remained an independent risk factor for developing gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) even after controlling for body mass index, reported Louise M.
BIRMINGHAM'S worst snorers are set to be given their marching orders by loved ones - and sent to a Snoring Boot Camp.
Researchers from United Kingdom studied 89 children aged between three and six years (including 43 snorers and 46 non-snorers) to find out the emotional and behavioural problems and sleep and cognitive performance in snoring and non-snoring pre-schoolers.
In hospitals snorers are made to wake up because they are keeping others from sleeping but that can't be right because it means a patient was forced to lose sleep.
I wonder if the musical noises made by snorers slumped in their seats on the East Coast Main Line qualify?