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Is there any treatment to stop snoring ?

recently i have started snoring heavily and when i wake up the sides of my tounge are aching, maybe I bit them in sleep but its happening almost daily now recently i have started snoring heavily and when i wake up the sides of my tounge are aching, maybe I bit them in sleep but its happening almost daily now also my mouth is parched dry on waking up. Need advice
Asked On : Sat, 8 Jan 2011
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Hi, I am Dr Sonia S V. I am an ENT Surgeon & Head & Neck Specialist.The common causes of snoring lie in the nose, mouth and neck.If you have any obstruction in the nose you may snore and breathe through the mouth producing dry mouth when you wake up.Do vist an ENT Surgeon in your locality who can perform a detailed examination and based on the findings suggest a remedy.

All the best
Dr Sonia Suprabha Venugopal
Consultant ENT Head & Neck Surgery,Bangalore
Website:http://drsoniasv.webs.com
Answered: Sat, 8 Jan 2011
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