• Snorers who sleep for more than nine hours a night are twice as likely to develop bowel cancer than snorers who get seven hours. A Harvard Medical School study found a link between long periods of sleep and colorectal cancer, especially among people who are overweight or who snore. There is thought to be an association between sleep duration, sleep quality and risk of colorectal cancer.
“If you look at someone wearing a shoulder bag, you’ll notice they tend to scrunch up their shoulders on one side and then overly stretch out on the other side to counteract the weight. This causes an imbalance in the load on the spine, and people who regularly use these bags might find this irritates the nerves through the spine and neck, causing pain and stiffness.”