breathe easier while sleeping. If these pathways are blocked snoring becomes a result of that. Roll on over to your side! See, your boo wasn’t telling you that to be mean. It works!
Use oral appliances.
You can always ask your dentist about oral appliances that will help curb snoring. These oral devices work by bringing the lower jaw forward relative to the upper jaw and widening the upper airway behind the tongue, promoting smooth airway passages for breathing.
This movement opens and widens the upper airway behind the tongue. You can also try nasal strips over your nose or a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine if you have sleep apnea to help push air into the back of the throat.
Adjust your neck position.
Buying pillows that extend the neck are beneficial in widening the upper breathing airways. Anytime obstruction happens, snoring will occur.
Buying the right type of pillows that support your neck are essential to getting rid of the sleepy hollows that drive your loved one crazy.
You have to keep your weight down. Plain and simple. A lot of our ailments have to do with how healthy we are. Weight is one indicator of health.
According to the CDC, a normal BMI is 18.5-24.9. An overweight BMI lies between 25-29.9. Anything above that is obese. You want to stay in the normal range to stay clear of snoring. Clean eating (no processed foods, no sugar, no fried foods, fruits and vegetables) and daily exercise can get you back right in no time.
If you believe your snoring or your partner’s snoring is linked to a sleep disorder, see your physician.