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Tips To Stop Snoring For Good

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If you, or someone that you know, suffers from nighttime snoring 
they are likely to experience a restless night's sleep whether 
or not they realize it.  In addition, their family may also be 
suffering from loss of sleep due to the distraction.

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Tips To Stop Snoring For Good
Copyright © 2006, Bill Dexter

If you, or someone that you know, suffers from nighttime snoring 
they are likely to experience a restless night's sleep whether 
or not they realize it.  In addition, their family may also be 
suffering from loss of sleep due to the distraction.

There are many remedies available, which are said to cure 
snoring.  However, before doing anything drastic or deciding to 
undergo surgery, perhaps there are some tips that may help either 
you or your loved one curb snoring and start to have a restful 
night's sleep.

One of the most common reasons that people snore are because they 
sleep on their back and the fatty tissue in their throat relaxes 
and causes air passages to be blocked.  Therefore, if the 
individual who suffers from snoring will try sleeping on their 
side, they may find some relief.  One way to achieve this is by 
having the sufferer turn over on his/her side and place a large 
body pillow flat on the bed and against the subject.  When he/she 
attempts to roll over on their back, they will find it difficult 
due to the presence of the pillow.  In addition, there are 
special pillows that are designed to help those who snore.

The next tip to stop snoring is to do everything possible to 
avoid or correct allergy problems.  Many things contribute to 
allergies, such as dust, cigarette smoke, pets, etc.  In addition 
to allergies, colds and other sinus infections are known to 
promote snoring.  Some cold and allergy medicines are available 
over the counter and may offer relief or, if other health 
problems are present, a physician should be consulted.

Obesity, another one of the most common reasons that people 
snore, should be corrected for many reasons.  In addition to 
heart health and overall wellness, obesity allows the fatty 
tissue in the throat to relax during sleep and block the air 
passages of the throat.  This occurrence is thought to cause 
snoring.  Therefore, it is advisable to lose weight with the help 
of a supervised medical diet.  While bettering your health, try 
to also avoid alcohol and cigarette smoke if possible because 
both are thought to induce snoring.

In more serious situations, where snoring cannot be corrected 
individually, the sufferer may decide to undergo surgery as a 
last resort.  This may include procedures that include the 
removal or tonsils or the complete restructure of the mouth or 

Finally, don't discount non-invasive, inexpensive solutions out 
of hand.  Although there are many "iffy" and unproven products on 
the market, there are some that are getting a lot of praise from 
users too.  Chin straps have gotten a lot of press in the last 
year along with thousands of testimonials from users who claim 
to have ended their snoring completely the first night of use.

The chin strap solution simply keeps your jaw firmly and 
correctly positioned up and back and, with continued use, has 
been reported to actually re-train the muscles in the jaw and 
throat to remain closed.  This is the best news open mouth 
snorers have ever received given that the alternative is 
invasive, expensive surgery.

This article is intended for informational purposes only.  It 
should not be used as, or in place of, professional medical 
advice.  Before beginning any treatment for snoring, please 
consult a doctor for a proper diagnosis and remedy.

Bill Dexter writes for Sleep Genie.
For more information on using chin strap-style 
snoring solutions, drop by



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