Our expert says:
Yes, there is. Contact your nearest ENT surgeon who can perform a full ENT examination to assess the cause of your snoring. If you suffer from apnea (cessation of breathing during sleeping), you might need a sleep study as well.
Snoring can be due to multiple factors: blocked nose due to a deviated (skew) septum, allergies affecting certain structures in your nose, nasal polyps, big collapsing tongue or palate or big tonsils. Your ENT will be able to advise you and suggest medical therapy or surgery.
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