Snoring can do more than just leave your bed partner annoyed. Snoring can also signal the potential for sleep apnea.
KSAT 12 invited Dr. Shakil Khan, with University Medicine Associates, to listen in on three different clips of snores from three different people. Dr. Khan listened to the rhythm of each snore and noticed a difference in volume between the audio clips.
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Dr. Khan mentioned snoring is very common but habitual snoring may be something you don’t want to ignore.
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Source: KSAT News