Although a lot of people are afflicted with the condition of snoring in their sleep, most people remain embarrassed by the fact that they do it. Snoring, particularly when it is loud, can make people feel very self-conscious. This level of... read more
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The following simple non-invasive treatments should be tried at first to see if they will reduce or prevent your snoring.
•Sleep on your side
•Lift up the head of your bed
•Avoid alcohol and medications
•Clear your nasal passages
If your snoring results from a more serious cause, a cure may be more complex – but there are solutions. If you can uncover the cause of your snoring, you should be able to find a cure that is right for you.
Where does the snore sound come from?
Snoring is caused by a narrowing of your airway, either from poor sleep posture or abnormalities of the soft tissues in your throat. A narrow airway gets in the way of smooth breathing and creates the sound of snoring.
People who snore often have too much throat and nasal tissue, or “floppy” tissue that is more prone to vibrate. The position of the tongue can also get in the way of smooth breathing.
If you snore:
•With your mouth closed: a problem with the tongue is probably the culprit
•With your mouth open: your snoring is likely related to the tissues in your throat
•Only on your back: your snoring is probably mild – improved sleep habits and lifestyle changes may be effective cures
•In all sleep positions: your snoring is more severe and may require a more comprehensive treatment.
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Certainly, if you are fed up with the effect snoring is having on you then it is high time you put a stop to it. In adults and children, partial blockage in the air passages is the main symptom of this disorder while snoring should be considered as a warning sign of impending ill health. Snoring is caused due to many different reasons and hereditary may be just one of them.
5 very simple tips to stop snoring:
1. Change your sleep position.
2. Lose 10% of your body weight to help stop snoring.
3. Avoid alcohol and sedatives to stop snoring.
4. Inhale steam before bed to stop snoring.
5. Try nasal strips to stop snoring.
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I have tried the hard pillow method made from 'severe foam' and my partner has now moved back to sleeping in the same bed with me! She says that I no longer snore so it does seems to work well. That said it takes a little time to get used to and may not suit everyone. If you suffer from neck problems take care.
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