Five Tips and Tricks to Help Snoring
There are a lot of Americans that snore, and many of them want ways on how to curb and eliminate this noisy night agitator.
One of my dearest friends who I spent the holidays with was talking about ways he has been trying to help with snoring. Here are some of the info I have gathered and some advice to be able to help you and your partner at night.
- Weighted Blanket ( my friend john got one for Christmas to help with his snoring, although I stayed at his cabin and could hear him snoring even though he was using it but over time it is suppose to reduce snoring.)
- Mouth guards or snore guards. My friends at Emerald West Dental recently promoted getting help from a dentist with snoring. Normally in the form of night guards or snore guards. They have a lot of experience and can go even more in depth with you if you reach out.
- Sleeping on your side can also reduce snoring. Some people aren't side sleepers but if you snore heavily you might want to try it.
- Drinking a lot before bed or passing out in a drunken stooper can make even people who don't snore, snore. So if you snore already and maybe don't want to wake the neighborhood try to limit your intake of alcohol before bed.
- Stay hydrated, those that are constant snores need to pay extra attention to water consumption. It can actually help. Web MD states that : "Secretions in your nose and soft palate become stickier when you're dehydrated," Slaughter says. "This can create more snoring." According to the Institute of Medicine.