HOW TO STOP SOMEONE SNORING …. BREAK THEY’RE NOSE !

HOW TO STOP SOMEONE SNORING …. BREAK THEY’RE NOSE !

BY BEN KERRIGAN

 

A man has been arrested in Muswell Hill, North London, after breaking the nose of his friend in a violent fight over his snoring at night. 26 year old Marcus Ezem was arrested and charged with grievous bodily harm (GBH) after breaking the nose of his friend, 27 year old Ross Adams for snoring continuously at night.

The pair had been Adams had been staying with  Ezem for the past week but is a heavy snorer, who snores very loudly at night. Ezem had repeatedly complained about th the snoring of his friend, but his friend could not change it. Last night, the pair had two other friends at Ezem’s residence who also stayed the night. One of the friend’s who did not ant to be named told The eye of media.com ” all I heard is Ezem’s voice saying will you stop snoring like a goat? I have work tomorrow and you won’t let me sleep”. He told The eye of media that their group of friends had heard complaints about Adams snoring, but Adam had stated he was not able to do anything about it.em to jump out of bed and attack him relentlessly, breaking his nose in the process.
Adams is said to have gone to the kitchen to pick up a knife out of anger, but wrestled to the floor from behind by a mutual friend of the pair, whilst other friends took the knife from him. Attacks over snoring are not commonly reported, but are not new in the world..
Snoring  causes  sleep deprivation to snorers those sleeping in the same vicinity as them, and also causes drowsiness in the day to many sufferers, lack of full focus and  decreased libido. It is also said to cause significant psychological and social damage to sufferers. Physical risks include a correlation between loud snoring and the risk of heart attack, with the chances of a heart attack put at 34%, and that of a stroke put at 67%.

Research conducted by prominent psychologist,  Armstrong et al., shows  a statistically significant improvement in marital relations following surgical treatment of snoring. However, new studies provided by Cartwright,  Knight and Fitzpatrick associate loud snoring to development of Carotid artery athroscierosis.  These researchers found amplification of the snoring energy within the carotid lumen at certain frequencies.

Almost all treatments for snoring revolve around clearing the blockage in the breathing passage. Excess weight, fat, and sleeping on the wrong side of the bed, is scientifically believed to be one of the chief causes of snoring.  Excess weight  is also known to cause pressure on the throat from unwanted fat- one of the reasons losing weight will help for snorers who are carrying more weight than medically advised.  Smoking also weakens and clogs the throat. Other treatment options include, over-the-counter aids such as nasal sprays,  nose clips, lubricating sprays,  and “anti-snore” clothing, and oral appliances.  Specially designed laser treatments can also be used to reduce the inflammation and elevate the soft palate and uvula.

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