Is there anything better than a good night sleep? After a good night sleep the human body flushes toxins and restores memories, but this doesn’t mean that sleeping is completely safe.
During sleep it is possible to have a stroke, but the chance of the stroke happening is higher if you snore. While snoring the airways are relaxed, and the flowing air hits the tissue, this produces the sound of snoring.
During this process the breathing can stop, and the snoring person can stop breathing for up to 10 seconds, and after the breathing stops the brain sends a signal that makes the airways muscles to contract. When this happens the blood flow is interrupted, and this can cause a stroke.
If you are a heavy snorer the chance of you suffering a stroke is high, however if you aren’t a heavy snorer the chance is lower, but in both cases it is highly recommended to visit your doctor.happy wheels