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  • CREATIVE & CRITICAL THINKING MGT 315

    LINI QISTINA BINTI ZAMROS

    2010681166

    BM111(5F)

    SNORING

    PREPARED FOR: MISS NORUL HUDA BINTI TAJUDDIN

  • Snoring is something that often happens. however, we just think it is normal.

    This is due to lack of disclosure on this matter

    INTRODUCTION OF

    SNORING

  • Snoring is the production of sound from the upper aero-digestive tract during sleep due to turbulent airflow., 2012)

    (Alabi, et al., 2012)

  • Due to vibrations of the soft tissues at the back of the mouth or throat

    (Anderson, 2012)

  • SOFT TISSUES COMPONENTS

    SOFT PALATE

    UVULA

    TONSILS

    1

    3

    2

  • Flutter of the soft palate accounts for the harsh aspect of the snoring sound

    ( Pevernagie, et al.2010)

  • factors that restrict airflow

    1) Dreams

    2) The shape of the mouth 3) Obstruction Of The Nose 4) Alcohol 5) Being Overweight

    (Anderson, 2012)

  • DREAMS

  • Muscle tone goes especially slack during deep sleep

    causing a narrow passage through the tissues in the throat.

  • The shape of the mouth

  • have a long uvula and/or a big,

    thick soft palate.

  • OBSTRUCTION

    OF THE

    NOSE

  • A cold, allergy, sinus infection, or

    cigarette smoke can all cause

    swelling in the tissues of the throat

    and a blocked and stuffy nose.

  • ALCOHOL

  • Having a few drinks (or a few too many) too close to bedtime causes throat muscles to relax.

  • Being Overweight

  • larger neck and bulky throat tissue

    cause the airways to narrow and affect breathing

  • SNORING STATISTICS DATA

    Percent of people age 30 and older who snore 30%

    Percent of people age 40 and older who snore 40%

    Percent of women who snore 19%

    Percent of people who say their partner snores 59%

    Percent of children who snore 5.6%

    Average decibel level of a snore 38 decibel

    SNORING STATISTICS TABLE

    Source: http://www.statisticbrain.com/snoring-statistics/

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    SNORING STATISICS BAR CHART

  • Men tend to snore more

    than women

    Snoring during pregnancy

    Is common

    (Anderson, 2012)

  • SNORING EFFECT

    1) Sleep Disturbances

    2) Medical Problems

    3) Sleepiness In The Daytime

    4) Physical Weakness Or Tiredness

    5) Increased Stress Levels

    6) Reduced Sex Drive

  • one partner is sound asleep and snoring, the other one usually isnt sleeping very well

    ( Capone, 2012)

    Sleep Disturbances

  • higher risk of developing high blood pressure,

    stroke, heart failure and morning headaches

    MEDICAL PROBLEMS

    (Brenkley, 2010)

  • Sleepiness in the daytime

    feeling overly tired and fatigued at work, even after a long nights sleep

    (Howel, 2012)

  • PHYSICAL WEAKNESS OR TIREDNESS

    body frequently feel drained of

    energy for no apparent reason,

    even when fully rested and fed

  • INCREASED STRESS LEVELS

    Regularly feel stressed, even by things you know you

    probably dont need to worry about

    (Howel, 2012)

  • Diminished sex drive and inability to participate fully in relationships

    REDUCED SEX DRIVE

    (Howel, 2012)

  • TREATMENT FOR SNORING

    1) Simplest Treatment Method

    2) Continuous Positive Airway Pressure

    3) oral appliances

    4) Surgery

    (Huang Ear Nose Throat Surgery, 2012)

  • 1)Sleep On Your Side

    2)Lose Weight

    3)Avoid Alcohol and

    Tranquilizers

    4)Get Your Allergies Treated

    5)Stop Smoking

    6)Keep a Regular Schedule

    (Discovery Fit & Health, 2012)

  • Sleep On Your Side You're more likely to snore if you're lying on your back, and sleeping on your stomach is stressful on your neck

  • Excess body weight, especially around the neck, puts pressure on the airway, causing it to partially collapse.

  • Avoid Alcohol and Tranquilizers

    Both alcohol and sleeping pills can depress central nervous system and relax the muscles of throat and jaw, making snoring more likely

  • Chronic respiratory allergies may cause snoring by forcing

    sufferers to breathe through mouths

    while sleep.

  • Smoke damages the respiratory system.

  • Keep a Regular Schedule

    Get plenty of sleep. Go to bed and get up at the same time each day.

  • method of delivering air to your lungs using a machine

    The machine simply applies enough pressure to keep airway open, allowing to inhale completely

    Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

    ( Amanda & Dameron, 2008)

  • Mouth Guard

    Antisnoring mouth guard that holds the teeth together and keeps the lower jaw muscles from becoming too lax

    oral

    appliances

  • SURGERY

    surgery to improve the airway in the nose and throat.

    Remove excess soft tissue from the throat to widen the upper airway

    (WebMD, 2011)

  • Adequate exposure should be given to the public about the effects of snoring. Effective methods to address this problem should also be pointed out that this problem can be solve.

  • Anderson, A. J. (2012). What Causes Snoring? . Retrieved 7 17, 2012, from SLEEP PASSPORT: http://www.sleeppassport.com/what-causes-snoring.html Amanda, L., & Dameron, M. (2008, Mei). Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). Retrieved 7 30, 2012, from BELIEFNET: http://www.beliefnet.com/healthandhealing/getcontent.aspx?cid=104276 Brenkley, M. (2010). What Are the Effects of Snoring? LIFESTRONG.COM. B.S. Alabi, A.A.Abdulkarim, I.O. Musa, O. Adegboye, S.K. Aremu, L.O. Abdur-Rahman, et al. (2012). Prevalence of snoring and symptoms of sleep disordered breathing among primary school pupils in Ilorin, Nigeria. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology,Volume 76, Issue 5, 646-648. Capone, R. (2012). How Can I Get Him To Stop Snoring? Atlantic Health System.

    LIST OF REFERENCES

  • Discovery Fit & Health. (2012). Retrieved 7 29, 2012, from Tip To Stop Snoring: http://health.howstuffworks.com/mental-health/sleep/basics/tips-to-stop-snoring1.htm Howel, F. (2012). Snoring Cures. Retrieved 7 29, 2012, from Snoring Magic: http://www.snoringmagic.com/snoring-cures.php Huang Ear Nose Throat Surgery. (2012). Retrieved 7 29, 2012, from HOME: http://www.entsurgery.com.sg/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=41&gclid=CKG_xuawz7ECFUR76wod_08Azw Pevernagie, D., Aarts, R. M., & Meyer, M. D. (2010). The acoustics of snoring . Sleep Medicine Reviews, Volume 14, Issue 2, 131144. WebMD. (2011, 9 19). Retrieved 7 30, 2012, from Snoring - Surgery: http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/tc/snoring-surgery

    LIST OF REFERENCES