Migraines and snoring?

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Rene1
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   Posted 5/6/2014 2:45 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey everyone, I have a few questions. I was wondering if my migraines could somehow be related to snoring more. According to my wife I have been snoring louder than ever before in the last few months. Coincidentally (or not) I have also been having more issues with migraines before.

Could there be a correlation between the two? Has anyone ever experienced this before? And if so, how did you manage to deal with it? I would really appreciate any suggestions that you might give me or even just to point out a possible link between the two.
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BnotAfraid
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   Posted 5/13/2014 8:47 AM (GMT -7)   
Are you on new medication for the migraines? this could be a cause. I use the nose strips and it seems to help some.

I also sleep on my stomach and I snore less.

You could always sleep in seperate rooms if possible, just for sleeping, does not mean you do not love each other. We all need to sleep well.

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msarah365
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   Posted 7/30/2014 10:43 AM (GMT -7)   
As a matter of fact, I just read a study according to which there is a connection between snoring and morning headaches. This is because snoring people can't rest during the night which makes them cranky and long term sleep deprivation could result in headaches.

There is no special treatment for it, you should just try the regular snoring treatments and see if any of them are able to help. Also don't forget that you should see a doctor as well if your headaches are disrupting your regular everyday activities.

Hope this helps.
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