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Your Snoring is Natural and So Is Your Cure

If you snore, even if it’s just occasionally, you’re not alone. Approximately 45% of normal adults snore, but that doesn’t stop most people from poking fun at a loud snorer. Snoring can even affect your relationship with your significant other. If one of you snores, it’s almost a guarantee that the snorer will wake the other up once in a while.  Fortunately, there’s hope. If you have a serious snoring problem, you don’t have to endure harsh treatments, or take medicine to solve it. There are plenty of organic remedies for snoring that you can try before ever even talking to a doctor.

The first thing anyone with a chronic snoring problem should try is changing their sleeping position. If you fall asleep on your back, the back of your tongue and your soft palate will sag back toward your throat, resulting in loud (or at least louder) snoring. Changing sleeping positions isn’t as easy as it sounds, but with a little help, you can do it. Try using a body pillow to keep you on your side. The additional support it offers should make it easy. Some people have also had success by taping tennis balls to their pajamas just behind the knees. It might sound strange, but it definitely helps.

In addition to changing your sleeping position, you’ll also want to look at your sleeping habits. If, for example, you work long hours on little sleep, when your head finally hits the pillow, you’ll crash into a deep sleep. In this state, the resting tone of the muscles in the back of your throat changes, allowing them to move in a manner that will cause you to snore. If you’re in a situation where you’re stuck working long hours, try to eliminate as many tasks that will force you to get up early or stay up late as you can. If you get enough rest to match your lifestyle, you won’t find yourself snoring nearly as often.

Whenever you’re sick, the doctor will always tell you to drink plenty of fluids. That’s also true if you’re a heavy snorer. If you become dehydrated, the secretions in both your soft palate and your nose will become thick, and sticky. As a result, you’ll begin to snore, or if you’re already a snorer, you’ll begin to snore louder.

Allergens in your bedroom can also contribute to a snoring habit. Try dusting your ceiling fan, and replacing your pillows. Allergens can get caught in your pillows, and make their way into your nose and mouth as you sleep, causing an allergic reaction that can lead to increased snoring.

By using these organic remedies for snoring, you’ll be able to cut down on your snoring, if not get rid of it entirely. If these methods fail, you may want to consult a doctor, but there’s a good chance that one of these remedies will solve your problem, and help give you and your significant other a good night’s sleep.

Andreas Henderson, MR, published author and medical researcher has spent many years supporting people finding the best snoring cures.

  • Justin Douglas

    This is very helpful information. Isn’t it also true that you snore or snore louder when you have nasel or chest congestion or are suffering from a cold?