There's a new study that says snoring can make you ugly.
While beauty sleep can help improve your looks, snoring can do the opposite. Researchers find that people with sleep apnea appear less attractive than those who got a good night's sleep.
According to the study, patients with sleep apnea have puffier foreheads, and red faces, but after getting some beauty sleep, researchers saw a big change in the patients appearance.
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