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Snoring is a fairly common problem. According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, an estimated 45 percent of adults snore on occasion and 25 percent snore on a regular basis. Although snoring is more common in men and in people who are overweight, it is a problem that can create serious emotional and physical problems in a relationship.

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