Toby.s snores drifted into the bedchamber from his room.
The house is empty except for old Mrs. Cummings, who snores away her darkness.
The small woman's soft snores filled the transport ship.
She stared at the beast across the hall staring at her and soon heard Lankha's snores.
Moderate problems with nightly snores can be bothersome and they can lead to more severe conditions if they go untreated.
Finding the right snore blocker may be the key to a good night's sleep for anyone sharing a bed with someone who snores.
The organization offers insight into the statistics and the problems associated with persistent nightly snores.
Oregon Health and Science University features a podcast that addresses possible social ramifications of persistent snores.
While everyone snores at some point in his or her life, chronic snoring can disrupt the sleep of both the snorer and his or her bed partner.
Losing weight can reduce the amount of tissue in the neck area, which can lead to fewer snores.
A product that moves the jaw slightly forward may not help a person who snores because of inflammation in the nasal cavity, and a product that opens nasal passages may not be effective on a person with mild obstructive sleep apnea.
While everyone snores sometimes, for some people it's a bigger annoyance than it is for others.
This means that while almost everyone snores at one time or another, for some people snoring can become a real problem.
He even snores when sleeping, making him a lifelike companion for your boy with the built-in fun of dumping and driving.
They sat in comfortable silence, the quiet room filled only with the woman's soft snores.
My Siamese snores at times and enjoys sitting on the arm of my chair.
Other resources are readily available though local doctors and dentists for people who need to overcome problems with nightly snores.
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