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Debra Fulghum Bruce PhD, Healthcare, answeredResearchers have found that successfully curing snoring and obstructive sleep apnea will boost your immune function. Snoring is guaranteed to disrupt your sleep cycle, resulting in less REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. It is during Stage 4 or the deepest level of sleep, that the body is revitalized and tissue damage is repaired. A lack of deep sleep is associated with reduced immune function. Taking care of the snoring will enable you to sleep sounder through the night, greatly enhancing your body’s ability to resist diseases and infections.