Snoring And Smoking
You cannot avoid the fact that smoking is injurious to our health.
However, what you may not have realized is that it is also one of the causes of snoring.
Perhaps knowing that smoking is making their snoring worse and alienating their loved ones, will be the incentive persistent smokers need to give up the weed for good?
Connection Between Smoking And Snoring
The connection between the smoking and snoring with smokers has been proven by recent studies that smokers are more likely to have a higher incidence of snoring than non-smokers.
Another scary statistic is that those who are exposed to cigarette smoke in their environment, i.e. who are efficiently passive smokers, are more likely to be heavy snorers too.
Smoking is known to cause respiratory problems so it should come as no surprise to learn that it contributes to and acts as one of the causes of snoring.
It is thought that the delicate mucous membranes in the airways gets irritated by the smoke inhaled by the person causing them to become inflamed and swollen which then blocks the airways and acts as one of the causes of snoring.
Researchers are now also investigating what damage nicotine can do to the nervous system as it is thought that prolonged exposure to this chemical substance can cause nerve damage within the airways.
We all know smoking is addictive. There is a chemical addiction to nicotine and there is a habitual addiction to smoking to consider too. Smoking is harmful to the smoker and also to passive smokers.
It is shocking to realize that such passive smoking carries with it the same risks of smoking related diseases and conditions, including snoring.
Despite the well documented facts about the damage smoking does to the body, many people find it hard to quit smoking. Even social pressure does not seem to help. People will consider giving up for another reason altogether maybe by realizing that smoking can also cause problems in the bedroom.
Benefits Of Quitting Smoking
Some smokers carry on smoking because they believe that the harm has been done. Actually this is not true as the damage caused by smoking can be undone and smokers who give up smoking will have an enhancement in their health and wellbeing within a relatively short period of time
The benefits of quitting smoking include reduction in the volume and frequency of the snoring. Their snoring problem should also decrease, once they have stopped smoking.
As a smoker, if you are not prepared to give up cigarettes, it will be impossible to cure your snoring problem. It really is as simple as that. You not only have a much better chance of not snoring but you also improve so many other aspects of your health and wellbeing including your relationships by giving up smoking.
You will not only lose your snore and improve your relationships and your health, if you give up smoking. You may find your relationships also get better.