Snore, No More!: Remedies and Relief for Snorers and Snorees Everywhere

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2005 - Medical - 176 pages
Author Rob Simon has been on a quest: How do I stop snoring and save my marriage? Thanks to the author's diligence, humor, and-in no small part-the willingness of his mate to hold onto hope, millions of snorers and snorees may find their own solution to snoring, one of the most widely deliberated about and challenging conditions around the world.

Snore No More! is no first-person account. Rather it's a well-researched book written by a man-men are twice as likely to snore as women-who knows the trials and tribulations of snoring and leaves no topic unturned in his hunt for answers. The result is an entertaining, humorous, and very informative book that covers everything from how to say "snore" in many of the world's languages to the effects of diet on snoring. Other topics include snoring surgeries (several of which the author has undergone), effects of sleep loss on snorees, and even dealing with pet snoring.

Snore No More! is destined to become a must-have book for anyone who snores or lives with a snorer. The book's insights, suggestions, and documentation alone make it a valuable reference-one that just might keep snorers up all night reading.

 

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Contents

Snoring Nation
3
Why Do People Snore?
11
The Sound of Snoring
21
What Me Snore?
29
A Night in the Life
45
Finding a Cure Is a Journey
57
New Sleeping Positions
63
Lifestyle Changes
73
CHAPTER Io e Devices and Inventions
87
Surgeries and Interventions
109
Homeopathic
125
Nothing Works So
139
Finally You Too
147
Resources
153
CREDITS
175
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About the author (2005)

Rob Simon is a humor writer, former advertising executive, and lifelong snorer. He has read nearly every snoring book, visited almost every snore-related Web site, and survived most every "cure" for his nighttime log-sawing. From losing weight to undeviating his deviated septum, Rob has tried it all. He sleeps and snores peacefully in Denver . . . while his wife and two children do neither.

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