Lockdown could be making people snore more, according to an expert.
Osteopath Stephen Makinde claims that the coronavirus restrictions are making people feel trapped and ''congested''.
He explained to LadBible: ''People can have emotional things that are locked inside of them, like if they're in a bad relationship, or believe they can't open about something, feeling congested and locked up, such as in the current situation where life is restricted.
''That's potentially going to manifest itself as a restriction or obstruction of their airways because their subconscious is telling them to restrict themselves perhaps, albeit the mechanism not being fully understood.
''So it may present as snoring in some people. It's very individual for every person.''