Sleep In Blissful Silence With These 9 Helpful Remedies For Snoring

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For nearly a decade, I suffered from nightly bouts of snoring and interrupted breathing.  

And my wife suffered infinitely times worse sleeping next to me every night.  Not just the noise, but worrying if my breathing might just stop altogether.

And for all the suffering and miserable nights I put her through, what ultimately gave us our lives back was stumbling upon a series of simple exercises put out in a video by Blue Heron Health News.

Watch now to learn the simple exercises that stopped my snoring when nothing else could...

Sleep In Blissful Silence With These 9 Helpful Remedies For Snoring

Nearly half of all adults snore, at least occasionally. 

Snoring is most common among men, seniors, and people who are overweight. 

Learn basic facts about snoring, how it can affect one's life, and how to cope with it.

Snoring and Health

1. Monitor sleep quality 

Those who live alone may find it difficult to know for sure if they snore. 

One warning sign of snoring is waking up in the morning feeling tired, even after a full night's sleep. 

Snoring can actually wake a person up continually throughout the night and interfere with the quality of their sleep.


2. Think about relationships

For people who live with friends, relatives, or a significant other, snoring may be negatively affecting them too. 

In fact, snoring can be a much bigger problem for loved ones.  

The unbearable noise can keep them from getting a good night's sleep, and a constant lack of sleep can have much more serious consequences for one's health.

3. Manage the risks of cardiovascular issues 

Doctors have reported that obstructive sleep apnea places a heavy strain on the heart. 

More recent studies suggest that even less severe snoring could increase the risk for heart disease. 

Early treatment is important to catch increases in blood pressure and other changes promptly. 

4. Know the causes of snoring

Different kinds of snoring require different treatments. 

Talk with a doctor if there is any concern about a medical condition such as enlarged tonsils or respiratory infections. 

Otherwise, lifestyle changes may be all that's needed.

Not sure what's causing it?  Watch this video to learn how to identify the 5 types of snoring... 

Try These Remedies For Snoring

1. Get more sleep 

Try getting an extra hour or two of sleep each night. 

When the body is overtired, the throat and tongue muscles may loosen and block the airway. 

This is similar to the effects of aging, but in this case, it's possible to do something about it. 

2. Try side sleeping 

Some people get instant snoring relief just by sleeping on their side rather than their back. 

It takes practice to change old habits, but it's possible to train oneself to do it. 

Putting a pillow alongside the body will help to hold a person in place on their side. 

3. Elevate the head at night 

Those who are free from neck problems may want to experiment with holding the head higher at night. 

One easy way to do this is to get a bed that adjusts to an incline.  Even something as simple as an extra pillow can help. 

4. Avoid sedatives, alcohol, and late night eating 

Anyone may be vulnerable to snoring after drinking beer, eating pizza, or taking certain medications before bed. 

Consume that last cocktail or meal at least four hours before going to sleep. 

5. Lose weight 

Excess weight around the throat also makes it harder to breathe correctly, especially at night when a person is lying down. 

Those who first noticed snoring or found it getting worse after gaining a few pounds may benefit from a diet and exercise routine. 

6. Treat nasal congestion 

Steam opens the nasal passages! 

Why not try a hot shower before bed or a vaporizer during sleep? 

Nasal strips and gargling with salt water may also help. 

7. Reduce household dust 

Getting household dust under control will help a person breathe better night and day. 

Shop for anti-allergy bedding and replace pillows regularly. 

8. Ask a doctor about non-surgical treatments 

If snoring persists, there are several medical appliances that a doctor can recommend. 

For example, CPAP therapy and a CPAP machine can be used to pump air into the throat during sleep. 

It's often the primary treatment for sleep apnea. 

9. Consider surgery 

Using surgical methods as a treatment for snoring is relatively rare, and is almost never necessary.  Not only that, but it's often unsuccessful. 

Still, there are many surgical options to consider, just in case other options fail. 

Many of these procedures can be done with lasers or microwaves. 

Home remedies and proper medical treatment can often reduce the incidence and intensity of snoring, as well as minimize the negative effects. 

Don't feel ashamed or embarrassed to get help with snoring.  It's the best way for everyone to enjoy a good night's sleep!