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Are any methods proven to reduce or completely stop snoring?
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In: Other | 18.01.2015
Death will permanently prevent snoring
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Breathe right nose strips
Dental mouth piece (ask your dentist)
Sleeping propped up
I had heard that if you elevate your head while sleeping, it will help with snoring.
I know someone who’s greatly reduced their snoring using C Pack masks. They must take a lot of effort to get comfortable using them but they supposedly work and offer the user a better night’s sleep.
I don’t think so. But there are some recommendation that might help: lose weight, change pillow / mattress, change sleep position (do not sleep on back), clean nose with slightly see salted water every evening (before going to bed), check nasal septum.
You should see a doctor- snoring can be a symptom of a more serious disorder like sleep apnea.
Losing weight helps some people, others sleeping in a semi-seated position helps. For my husband a CPAP worked.
I have sleep apnea, which is basically snoring on steroids. I use a mouth guard prescribed by a doctor called a TAPIII, which pulls my lower jaw forward and keeps the airway open. It’s simple, portable (fits in my pocket), less expensive than a CPAP machine, and I’m not connected to a big noisy machine with a hose strapped to my face all night.
A deficiency of B vitamins allows the tissues to soften and sag into the airway. Improved nutrition corrects it. Read a book so you know how to eat right.