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Theravent and Talk About Sleep Partnership Expands the Discussion on Snoring

I am really excited to share with you that Theravent and Talk About Sleep are partnering to help build and expand the conversation around snoring including its causes, effects, and remedies. We are collaborating to expand and educate this robust community, while giving the average snorer more representation and resources online.

To facilitate educating and connecting those in the snoring community, Theravent will lend its expertise to offer snorers solutions as well as promote the importance of recognizing snoring as a sleep disorder. Theravent plans to use its knowledge-base to share the latest innovations and research and feature insights from respected sleep experts. Towards this end, Talk About Sleep has added multiple levels of exciting and insightful content including general information, diagnosis, treatment and disease management. In addition, a snoring forum has been added which I will moderate. I look forward to connecting with you via the forum and I hope you will participate.

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The Problem With Snoring

Snoring has long been considered a nuisance to bed partners and an issue of denial for millions of snorers.  Having spent time on both sides of the equation with a family full of snorers and as a snorer myself seeking a solution to provide relief for my wife, I completely understand the challenges for couples and family’s all over. 

In total, sleep related breathing disorders, ranging from simple snoring to obstructive sleep apnea, affects up to 90 million people in the US.  This is without counting the countless hours of sleep lost by those sharing the room with the snorer or apnea sufferer.

The numbers are astounding:

–          40 to 50 million snorers in the U.S. alone

–          35 to 50 million disrupted bed partners of snorer’s

The problem of snoring is nothing new; we’ve all seen snorers on sitcom’s and movies for years as its common place for us to normalize snoring as regular and untreatable. 

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