Try using one of those nasal stips, it clears the nasal airways and as helped my snoring!
It is said in old sayings that a person who snore, should avoid eating before sleeping means take food atleast 3 hour before you sleep...
People who snore often have too much floppy throat and nasal tissue, which is more prone to vibrate. People normally snore when they sleep on their back, sleeping on back will cause throat muscles to slacken into breathing airway. Sleeping on your side will reduce snoring. Also clean your nasal passages before going to bed.
1 . One of the best ways to stop snoring would be to lose weight. This might surprise you but weight loss reduces and even ends snoring.
2 . To prevent snoring, a solid, flat pillow is recommended or no pillow at all. Keeping the neck straight will reduce snoring.
3 . Olive oil is said to reduce snoring. Take 2 to 3 sips of it before going to bed. This would lessen the noise and also stop snoring after some time.
4 . In boiling water, place a bunch of sage and let it steep. Allow it to cool. Before going to bed, strain this mixture and gargle with the liquid.
by sudamaprasad2 years ago
HOW TO STOP SNORING?
by Ugochi Njoku16 months ago
Why do people snore while sleeping and keep snoring until you wake upDue to fatigue and tiredness, excess work ,big tommy
by Michele Kelsey3 years ago
Does your partner snore? How do you cope if you are a lite sleeper?
by Clive Williams3 years ago
Is snoring contagious? my wife snores but now I have started! Seems airborne.
by collegedad4 years ago
How do you handle your spouse' snoring?I write this as I head to the couch yet again. The better half claims that she doesn't snore. Says she just breaths loud.....................she snores. I've done all the usual...
by jon smith5 years ago
Why people snore and how to stop snoring? Have you ever had this problem and how do you manage it?
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