Snoring Facts

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How to stop snoring

Numerous individuals lose sleep due to persistent snoring. Snoring often happens when the tongue, mouth and throat tissues become too relaxed – this is typically caused by obstructions like strap muscles that relax during sleep which results in vibrations of air flow through one’s oral cavity as they breathe+
The characteristic sound made up from these vibrating surfaces can be very bothersome or even signs grave medical issues such TREDs ( Tongue Retaining Device ) One type

We know that snoring can be a huge problem for both you and your spouse. Our team is here with answers on how to reduce the frequency of nighttime breathing disruptions so everyone has better quality sleep! 

While there are many ways to combat snoring, the most effective methods include sleeping on your side and wearing a snorple anti snoring mouthpiece or dilator. You can also use an anti-snoring chin strap for better restful nights that will leave you feeling refreshed in the morning! If these techniques don’t work then it’s time consider reducing body weight by cutting back food intake before bedtime as well avoiding alcohol altogether because of its calming effect which makes things worse when taken close enough to bedtime, because it relaxes the tongue and throat muscles which increases the root cause of snoring.