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Stop Snoring Pillow

Updated on September 19, 2009

Why Do People Snore?

Let's face it. Snoring is a common sleep disorder among adults. In fact, studies show 50% of adults snore in their sleep and more than 60% of partners have trouble in getting proper sleep as a result of their partners who snore.

There are a number of reasons often associated with snoring. While age is one of factors, the most common causes of snoring is improper sleeping posture.

While people who are overweight and elderly are more prone to snore while asleep, snoring is often caused by a blockage of the breathing airway.

When the air passage is blocked, it inhibits normal breathing and makes the noise that we often call snoring but there are ways to stop snoring. One of those is the use of stop snoring pillow.

Stop Snoring Pillow
Stop Snoring Pillow

How to Avoid Snoring?

Snoring is a disruptive sleep condition that arises when the air passage is blocked which inhibits easy & normal breathing.

The obstruction of the flow of air through the mouth and nose causes the noisy sound of snoring.

It’s believed that a person who sleeps on his back is prone to snoring. As such, sleeping on the sides reduces the obstruction that causes snoring.

A stop snoring pillow is a pillow that is designed in such a way that the central pillow area is thinner than the portions around the edges, thereby helping snorers to sleep on the sides which in turn aid in the prevention of snoring.

Research has shown that snoring is caused by improper sleeping position. With stop snoring pillow, the user’s head is aligned with the spinal column regardless of the sleeping position.

It helps keep their chin elevated off the chest so that the air passage is open to allow easier and quieter breathing. Thus provides for no blockage on the breathing airway where snoring is less likely to occur.

Stop Snoring Remedy

For those who have a habit of sleeping on their backs, stop snoring pillow not only supports proper sleeping posture all night long, it also provides comfort while asleep.

Used alone or in combination with other anti snoring devices such as anti snore therapeutic ring, anti snoring mouthpiece, anti snoring pillow could probably be the easiest and most effective remedy to stop snoring.

If you are an habitual snorer, isn’t it time to give your sleeping partner a good night rest today?

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    • laadhy profile image

      laadhy 

      6 years ago from Maldives- The Paradise on Earth

      Nice hub..

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      nose snoring 

      8 years ago

      hi,

      my name is Stewart T.

      i suffer of snoring and i tried many treatments, but it didn't help.

      i think i will try and your solution.

      good luck!

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      Russ 

      8 years ago

      Many people dont even realize how little sleep they actually get because they are snoring all night long. I think a remedy for this would allow people to live better lives.

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