All the Tips You Need To Stop Snoring – Wakefit

Snoring

Why do we snore?

Snoring isn’t unique, but that isn’t a good enough reason to not correct it.

But first, why exactly do people snore?

Snoring happens when air moves through your throat while breathing in your sleep. The vibration of the relaxed throat tissues causes the annoying sounds which we call snores.

Snoring disrupts sleep, both yours and your partners. It can lead to fatigue, drowsiness during the day, inattentiveness, etc. If your partner is the one getting affected, then you could expect relationship issues too.

But snoring can also be a sign for something more serious, such as sleep apnea (breathlessness during sleep), sleep deprivation, obesity, etc.

This post is not to scare you, but to help you with all the tips to stop snoring. Shall we begin?

Ultimate tips to stop snoring 

Here are some remedies and tips to stop snoring:

  1. Alter your pillow

By elevating your head some inches, you can ease your breathing. This allows the tongue and the jaw to be slightly forward, which in turn controls the snoring.

Memory foam pillows help with this while also ensuring you do not hurt your neck in this new position. More on this later.

  1. Avoid sleeping on your back

We snore when we sleep on our backs.

You need to change your sleeping position, and according to Healthline, one creative way of doing it is sewing a sock to the back of your nightshirt. This way, if you roll over onto your back, the discomfort will make you change position soon. Try this for a month, and you will stop sleeping on your back naturally.

  1. Buy an anti-snoring device

For nasal snoring, you can use anti-snoring devices. These are nasal dilators that keep both the nostrils open when you sleep so that no snoring is caused.

Nasal strips, on the contrary, are self-adhesive tape strips. These are designed in order to pull the nostrils apart and keep them open to prevent snoring.

For mouth snoring, there are appliances that look like a mouth guard, but the purpose they serve is that they open your airway by bringing the lower jaw and the tongue forward while you sleep.

  1. Get a humidifier

For people living in dry climates, a humidifier might help with snoring.

When the bedroom air is moist, it does not irritate the membranes of the nose and the throat. For people with swollen nasal tissues too, a humidifier is a good solution to snoring.

Memory foam pillows

Memory foam pillows are a top choice among sleepers for several of their features. These adapt to your body shape, thus preventing pressure points. As a result, pain in the neck and shoulders is not experienced when you wake up in the morning.

But one feature that makes memory foam superior compared to other pillows is its ability to reduce snoring. Memory foam pillows elevate the sleeper’s head slightly. Due to this, the breathing of the sleeper is not obstructed, and the sleeper experiences on the difficulty in breathing, as a result of which snores are prevented.

If you are planning to get these pillows but are worried that they might not accommodate your sleeping style, then worry not. The other great thing about memory foam pillows is that they work for people who sleep on their backs, on their stomachs, and on their sides. If you are a mixed sleeper who changes sleep positions through the night, then too, a memory foam pillow will protect your sleep.

You can buy Wakefit’s Memory Foam Pillow here.

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