It is believed that around 23% of couples sleep in separate bedrooms as a result of snoring! It is hardly surprising that snoring is cited as the third most common reason for divorce.
Telling your partner that their snoring is disturbing your sleep can be a difficult task but it's important to remember that snoring is not an annoying habit but rather a symptom of something that can usually be fixed. In some cases snoring can be a signal of a serious medical condition known as Sleep Apnoea, so it's important that you make your partner aware of their snoring and encourage them to seek help.
It is fair to say that the market is flooded with gadgets and gismo's aimed at curing your snoring troubles but it's hard to know where to start. The problem with over the counter snoring remedies is that they don't address the cause of your snoring and it is therefore pot luck as to whether they will have any effect.
If you are serious about stopping snoring, the first step is to find out what type of snorer you are as this will determine what treatment is going to work for you.
Here is a list of our tried and tested methods for stopping snoring.
#1 Lose weight
#2 Stop Smoking
#3 Avoid alcohol for at least 4 hours before bed
#4 Change your sleep position, try to stay on your side
#5 Book your FREE snoring assessment with us
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