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If you experience frequent headaches, have trouble focusing, or bother your significant other with loud snoring during the night, you may have a sleep disorder.
Loud and frequent snoring is a common sign of obstructive sleep apnea. Not only can it be troublesome for a bed partner or roommate, snoring can also be a symptom of many destructive diseases and can cause significant daytime sleepiness. Alcohol, smoking, obesity, and nasal obstruction all increase the risk of snoring. Although snoring is more common in men, women can also experience snoring, especially during pregnancy or after menopause.