Sinus Treatment NY | Snoring And Sinus Infection

Is Your Snoring Sinus Related?

Snoring… it is not exactly the stuff of sweet dreams. In the United States, almost half of adults snore occasionally, and around one-quarter snore regularly.

That is a lot of restless nights!

Is It A Sinus Infection?

In some cases, a sinus infection could be to blame. When you have a sinus infection, your nasal passages can become swollen or blocked, and that can lead to trouble breathing. When this happens, those ZZZ’s can get a lot louder.

Snoring And Sinus InfectionNot sure whether you snore? Telltale symptoms include:

  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Dry mouth
  • Headaches early in the day
  • Trouble concentrating

Talk To A Doctor

You shouldn’t think of snoring as just ‘one of those things’ that are part of everyday life. This is not true and it really is worth talking to a doctor.

A doctor can help identify the root cause of your snoring. They may find the cause is a sinus infection or something unrelated, like allergies, a deviated septum, enlarged tonsils, nasal polyps or weight problems.

In some cases, snoring may be a sign of sleep apnea, a more serious condition in which your breathing starts and stops while you are asleep (Click here to take our sleep apnea questionnaire).

If you are a snorer, give us a call to see if we can help you put snoring to rest. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, but we’re here to listen and help you find the right remedy for you.

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