Fullpower-AI: How much do we snore?
(Source: Fullpower website)
January 31, 2021 — Santa Cruz, CA
[Editor’s note: Santa Cruz Tech Beat has published a variety of news about Fullpower in the past. Among other things, Fullpower produces sleep technology and has had partnerships with mattress makers Tempur Sealy and Beautyrest.]
Fullpower’s website has three new articles about snoring.
- A new Fullpower-AI study of 850,000+ nights of sleep shows that there is a statistical relationship between minutes of nightly snoring and BMI. This does not mean causation. Snoring is a sleep disruptor. Studies have linked sleep disruption to wellness and weight management challenges. Read: Snore and BMI are correlated.
- Clinical studies have shown that better sleep helps with weight management. Snoring less often means better sleep. Could less snoring translate into better weight management? Read: Weight, Height, BMI, and Snoring Are All Correlated.
- The study shows the average impact of age and sex on snoring. Snoring can lead to more serious health problems. Sometimes it can be a symptom of a condition where people experience brief pauses of breathing during sleep, causing a drop in oxygen levels. Read: How much do we snore?