Nothing worse that trying to get a good night's sleep when you hear somebody sawing logs. Nobody really admits they snore, but chances are, you have at some point in your life.
For me, it's sleeping on my back that will get me making nasal noise. That was up until I got the right bed that allowed me to sleep comfortably on my side.
There was a new study on kids and sleep, more specifically: snoring.
Previous research has shown that poor sleep quality in children, including snoring, is linked to hyperactivity. However, little is known about "how much" snoring is too much, and whether the behavioral effects last over time. The results showed that the persistent snorers had significantly worse overall behavior.
Hear that kids. Now, you can blame the dog for eating your homework AND your snoring for not doing it!