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How To Cure Sleep Snoring

Updated on September 30, 2015

Why Snoring Sucks!

Snoring can be very embarrassing, especially when you have a partner, and that is why you need to do all you can as soon as possible to cure that snoring habit!

In as much as most people feel snoring shouldn’t be a thing of worry, I am sorry to tell you today that snoring is one of the major untold reasons why many people break up or fall out of love with their partners. That sounds absurd right? That’s just the sad truth; many
people can tolerate several shortcomings of their other half, but not many will forgive a snoring partner.

It’s scary to spend the whole day working in a busy, noisy environment, only to come back home to rest, and met with a snoring partner who keeps firing on and on like the ancient Greek locomotive train, that sucks!

Some Steps to Take Towards Stopping Snoring

There are many ways to cure the habit of snoring, one of them is to ensure you treat catarrh, and every other cold condition before going to sleep.

Reduce the intake of fatty foods because the more calorie you consume, the more likely it is that you will snore while sleeping.

Another way to treat snoring is by making sure you lay down properly with your head well positioned to avoid air blockage or obstruction which may lead to difficulty in breathing and hence, snoring.

If you want to stop snoring, then quit drinking alcohol! Quit alcohol intake before going to bed. Stop smoking. Ensure you lay properly in the right angle before falling asleep. While putting the above steps into practice, you don’t want to lose your partner as a result of snoring right? Which means you need a quicker relief, in fact, a quicker remedy to stop the snoring while working on curing it forever.

I remember when I used to snore; my partner would wake me up in the middle of the night, in between deep, sweet sleep just to tell me to stop snoring. In fact, it was a traumatic experience that I dread to remember, not until I shared my frustration with a close friend who
then recommended I try pure honey and green tea, mixed in warm water.

Take morning and night before sleep and you will see a great improvement.

Ensure you avoid the things mentioned above while trying this homemade remedy. I wish you guys quick healing.

How to stop snoring - Dr. Jordan Josephson

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