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It can make even the nicest people feel homicidal - sharing a bed with a snorer

It can make even the nicest people feel homicidal - sharing a bed with a snorer

Sharing a bed with a snorer and can make even the calmest person feel murderous. Whether it be the whistle, the freight train, the constant low rumbling, darth vadar rasping, or full sleep apnoea, where the snorer actually stops breathing for a time. It's estimated snoring causes 25 percent of couples to sleep apart.

Canberra-based physiotherapist and breathing educator, Tess Graham regularly works with snorers and their partners - many of whom are at the end of their tether. She says snoring is treatable, and it all comes down to how we breathe.

Listen to Tess talk to Kathryn Ryan on Nine To Noon about how to re-train ourselves to breathe properly:
http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/ntn/ntn-20150217-1125-how_to_stop_snoring-048.mp3


We have practitioners in Auckland, Southland and Wellington. Phone Buteyko Breathing Clinics on 09-360 6291 if you would like us to run a seminar or course in your area. 

Posted: Wed 04 Mar 2015

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