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Loud snoring, tongue hanging half way out of mouth, dry, tongue seems enlarged. Any ideas ?

I never snored before and now it seems to be getting worse to the point where my husband kicks me out the bed however others said its not snoring but im breathing really loud and heavy. what I notice that has changed is I wake up with my tongue hanging half way out my mouth, and is dry dry, and my teeth are biting down on it as thou my tongue is enlarged feeling and too big for my mouth.
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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hi there, thanks for asking. The situation you described (snoring and dry mouth upon awakening) is showing you have breathing related sleep problem. large tongue is seen in some problems like low thyroid function. It could also be related to some other soft tissue problems like amyloidosis, etc which are not common). Low thyroid function can cause also breathing problem at nights. It is a common issue in women older than 50 years old. Ask your doctor to see if you have these issues. Best wishes with your health.
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