Snoring ‘can raise cancer risk five-fold’

 This article is particularly relevant for women coming out of prison on several levels. First is ”….Sleep apnoea is already known to be associated with other health problems including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes. Then there is the point that snoring ‘can raise cancer risk five-fold. Finally there is a relationship in the discovery process of snoring to disciplinary rates to children.

All of these points are relational based on mass population studies but if the problems are discovered then this is a place to go for some solutions.

  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9278214/Snoring-can-raise-cancer-risk-five-fold.html By Stephen Adams, Medical Correspondent

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2 Responses to Snoring ‘can raise cancer risk five-fold’

  1. Lionel Tiefenbrun says:

    Obesity is really one of the health problems which plaque our society these days, It is easily treatable by being more physical and of course by having a balanced diet. :`.,*

  2. Patience Veroeven says:

    Snoring can be quite dangerous since it can lead to heart disease in the future…

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    http://www.homeimprovementstuffs.com/considerations-when-buying-bed-guards-for-your-children/

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