Maybe you snore. Maybe you don’t. Nearly all people do, at some point in their life, but for over a third of the adult population it is a chronic problem. According to Sleep Cycle data, last month the world averaged 15 minutes snoring per night. In more detail, snoring is the sound that comes from obstructed air movement in your throat when you breathe while sleeping.Health risks associated include sleep apnea, interruption of breathing, frequent wake-ups, light sleeping, high blood pressure, and poor sleep quality. Common symptoms include; daytime sleepiness, headaches, and mood swings. Lifestyle changes, such as losing weight, avoiding alcohol and sleeping on your side, can help prevent it.