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Posted by: Maureen | 2011-02-24

Snoring

Hi, i wonder if you can help please. My hubby is a regular snoring but this only seems to occur either when lying on his back or to one side. (left) He never snores when lying on his right hand side (yes he is regularily pushed that way!) Would this be something to sinus? Thanks

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No, it is his upper airway blocking up - probably his tongue falling back. He could see an ENT surgeon about it.

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Posted by: Sleep expert | 2011-02-25

No, it is his upper airway blocking up - probably his tongue falling back. He could see an ENT surgeon about it.

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