You are a Nose Based Snorer
Your test results show that your snoring originates from your nose.
What that means is that your nasal passages are partially blocked and when you breath at night, air forces it’s way through your partially blocked airway, causing the tissues to vibrate and produce that harsh snoring sound.
The blockage can be caused by things such as sinuses, allergies (hay fever), stuffiness, deviated nasal septum or a cold.
Seasonal allergies and food allergies are driven by your immune system.
Allergies are related to the levels of inflammation in the body which above a certain level may enable specific allergic reactions.
When you have too much inflammation in the body and the immune system goes into overdrive, you develop allergic reactions and polyps in the nasal breathing passages.
In general, as polyps swell or get larger, they start to fill the nose and cause nasal blockage or obstruction, which some patients refer to as “congestion.”
Because patients can’t breathe through their nose, they mouth breathe while sleeping, causing them to snore.
Sometimes nasal polyps can make snoring severe enough to tip a patient who snores over to sleep apnea – which has a substantial effect on patients.
Polyps arise when the tissue lining the nose, called mucosa, becomes very inflamed and swollen. Polyps form as a reaction to inflammation or allergy.
In addition, patients with an inflammatory disease (not necessarily due to allergies) in the nose and sinuses may have polyps grow in the nose and sinus.
Luckily for you, it is relatively easy to fix the issue.
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