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occurs because of turbulent airflow occurring during sleep.
Though it can occur on its own and may not be associated with serious illness or consequences, snoring can sometimes be related to a condition called obstructive sleep apnoea
Sleep apnoea refers to episodes where there a decrease or cessation of breathing.
In addition to snoring other symptoms would be : daytime sleepiness
resulting in poor judgement or problems focusing, restless sleep,high blood pressure
, morning headaches
, neck wider than 16 inches, excess weight.
It would diagnosed by using screening questionnaires and a sleep study.
You may want to consider visiting your doctor for an evaluation.
I hope this helps