Many people have snoring problems, yet most of the time, nobody talks about this type of problem. This makes it harder to figure out what to do if you snore. If you are tired of constantly being bothered by snoring, then the advice in this article will help you to finally get a good’s night sleep.
Many snorers have found varying levels of relief by purchasing one of the many snore prevention products on the market. There are sprays to moisten the throat and nasal passages which can be effective in some cases. There are also nasal strips which pull the nasal passages open for a better air flow.
In order to keep yourself from snoring, stay hydrated. If you are dehydrated, the secretions in your nasal passages become thicker and stickier, making them more likely to clog your airways and lead to snoring. Try to drink at least ten glasses of water a day to stay well hydrated, and keep snoring at bay.
Try to to avoid consuming alcohol right before bed. Alcohol does help you relax; the problem is drinking alcohol right before bed causes the muscles of your airway to relax too much. This over relaxation causes snoring which you may not notice. but, people around you will definitely be disturbed.
Consult your physician if you snore on a regular basis, because you may be suffering from a sleep disorder called sleep apnea. People with this disorder actually stop breathing for a period of time while sleeping and may wake up briefly in order to resume breathing. This can result in daytime fatigue. Sleep apnea can be treated, so it is important to receive medical intervention.
Many throat exercises are out there that will help you strengthen your throat and stop snoring. One of these is to hold your mouth open, and then slide your jaw to the right. Hold it in place for thirty seconds. Then repeat by pushing your jaw to the left side and holding for thirty seconds. Stronger muscles mean less snoring.
Keep a glass of water and a box of Kleenex next to your bed. If you are waking up at night due to snoring, drink a bit of water and blow your nose. Many times this will lubricate both your nose and throat passageways and can eliminate your snoring, at least for a few hours.
Consider eating about a spoonful of honey prior to bedtime. Not a lot of people are all that confident about it, but honey does work to reduce the amount you snore. Once you consider honey’s many other beneficial uses, however, the theory seems far more credible.
Pin a tennis ball to the back of your sleepwear. The bulge on your back will keep you from turning over to sleep on your back. If you are skilled with sewing, you could sew on a special pocket for the ball so it would be removable for washing. Another option is to pierce the ball with string and hang it on your back.
It is hoped that the information contained here is enough to help you stop snoring. Try the different techniques suggested, and see what works best for you.