How Can I Stop Snoring
What is Snoring?
Snoring is a turbulent sound made when you are asleep. The noise can range from a low soft whistle to a high pitched loud resounding din. Some snore every night, others on occasion, however to all it is problematic and can be a real source of embarrassment. Of course, not only does the snorer suffer, their partners do too. There is nothing worse than trying to get to sleep when you are lying next to what sounds like a proverbial foghorn! Sleep deprivation leads to irritability, poor concentration and other general health issues.
Why Use Stop Snoring Remedies?
Aside from the obvious, there is evidence to suggest that if left untreated snoring can become worse over time. When you snore the vibrations can damage blood vessels in the head and neck, causing muscles in this area to weaken. This, in turn, causes an increased inability to keep the airways open, resulting in more frequent and louder snoring.
How to Stop Snoring - Five Self-Help Tips to Cure Snoring Problems
Alongside using our proven snoring remedies, the British Snoring Association and NHS recommend the following:
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Sleep on your side, as opposed to on your back
- Avoid alcohol before bed
- Stop smoking