Most people will snore at some point in their lives. A common cold or allergies may interfere with the nasal passage. Even too many drinks too close to bedtime can relax the tongue, palate, and throat muscles and make us unconsciously force air past those soft tissues, causing vibrations that result in a snore.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has altered every aspect of American life, including health, employment, and education. The American Psychological Association warns that the negative mental health effects of the coronavirus will be serious and long-lasting.