Snoring is The Number Three Cause of Divorce
We've all laughed when we heard our friends threatening to divorce their partners because of their snoring just to get a good night's sleep. But the reality is that snoring is the number one medical cause for divorce. Snoring is cited as the third most frequent cause of divorce between couples following only financial problems and infidelity.
Earlier Torula was called Torula utilis until researchers figured out that the yeast species belonged to genus Candida after the species underwent several rounds of scientific classifications. However, in spite of that, the name Torula probably seems to have remained intact.
The use of yeast in brewing foods has been around for centuries. The Egyptian civilization has been using yeast in the production of ale since 4000 BCE. In modern days, it is used in the production of a large number of food products due to its fermentation capability. Yeast is a unicellular fungus. There are many species of yeast that are presently used in the production of food like Saccharomyces uvarum, Candida utilis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Saccharomyces fragilis, etc. It is used in the production of beer and wine as well as in leavening or raising of bread. Apart from this, yeast can be used as dietary supplement and is referred to as nutritional yeast.
Yeast is grown on a suitable medium to a certain point and then is killed by dry heat. It is a rich source of proteins and vitamins, especially vitamin B complex. It is low in fat and sodium; it also free of dairy and gluten. One of the species of yeasts to have gained recent popularity is the Torula yeast, and the following sections given you an overview of it.
Torula yeast is from a species of yeast called Candida utilis (formerly known as Torula utilis). The use of Torula yeast as food started during and following World War II. This yeast is grown on wood liquor, usually a byproduct of the paper industry, and it is a rich source of xylose (type of carbohydrate). After this, it is pasteurized to deactivate the organism and is then spray-dried. This processed Torula...
Preliminary results of a scientific sleep study have shown that sleep apnea does indeed put a strain on a marriage. That couples struggling with sleep apnea have a higher divorce rate. Researchers at the Sleep Disorders Centre at Rush University Medical Centre are now conducting a scientific sleep study to find out whether curing people of snoring can help save a marriage.
Rosalind Cartwright, PhD, founder of the Sleep Disorders Centre, said that studies had revealed that couples who struggle with sleep apnea have a higher record of broken marriages.
“Couples who struggle with sleep apnea have a high-divorce rate. This is a frequent problem within marriages that nobody is paying enough attention to. Can we save marriages by treating sleep apnea? It's a question we hope to answer,”. She said.