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Snoring Remedies You Can Try at Home

young beautiful woman sleeping in bed with eye mask Snoring can be cute (say, if your beloved partner lets out a cute little “snort” every once in a while as they sleep), or it can be extremely loud and obnoxious (especially if you are keeping your partner awake). There are different reasons you may snore, but there are also a few things you can try at home so that you can reduce your snoring.

What can I do about my snoring?

These tips may just do the trick so that you and your loved ones can get some much needed, uninterrupted sleep:

1. Stop smoking. Smoking irritates the membranes in the nose and throat. This can cause the airways to become blocked and can cause snoring.

2. Get help for allergies. If you are allergic to something and your nose becomes stuffed up, you are forced to breathe through your mouth, which leads to snoring.

3. Don’t eat too much right before bed. Having a large meal too soon before you go to bed can cause you to snore.

4. Lose weight. If you are overweight you may have excess fatty tissue at the back of your throat, which causes snoring. You may be able to reduce your snoring even if you just lose a few pounds.

5. Avoid alcohol before bed. Alcohol relaxes the throat muscles, which causes snoring. You should stop drinking alcohol about 2 hours before bed.

6. Avoid sleeping pills and sedatives. These relax the muscles in the throat, which can interfere with how you breathe, which can cause snoring.

7. Ask your doctor if any prescription medication you are taking might be contributing to your snoring.

8. Consider changing your diet. Certain foods and ingredients can cause snoring, such as dairy, meat (poultry, pork, and red meat), wheat, soy, processed sugars, and fruits and veggies such as bananas, potatoes, corn, and cabbage.

Beyond just being annoying and leading to lost sleep, snoring can actually mean that there is a serious underlying health problem. If home remedies don’t help, it may be time to visit a specialist. Contact Nevada Sinus Relief in Las Vegas, NV, for an appointment. Call (702) 213-6468 today!

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