Small telomeres were found in the DNA molecules at the end of the snores’ chromosomes.
Snoring takers are quick to get old age. This is claimed by researchers scientists. The team of researchers at Sichuan-based West China Hospital say that the DNA of those who snore fast gets damaged. This causes their cells to age rapidly. The risk of getting cancer also increases. The research, published in the journal Sleep, found the association between short-lived breathlessness and the presence of small elements on chromosomes. Small telomeres were found in the DNA molecules at the end of the snores’ chromosomes. The length of the telomere is also related to cancer susceptibility in addition to aging. To arrive at this conclusion, experts from West China Hospital studied data on 2640 people suffering from sleep apnea. In sleep apnea, the order of breathing is interrupted while sleeping, due to which the eye opens repeatedly in sleep. According to one estimate, it is most commonly seen in middle-aged overweight people. Taking snoring is a common problem, affecting large populations worldwide.