There are a variety of underlying causes that we can blame for chronic snoring. For some patients, the problem has to do with a structural problem in the nose or upper airway, which is a problem that is not often corrected without surgical intervention. For others, however, the problem has to do with the muscles of the upper airways becoming “lazy” and weak.
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