Snoring Facts
Prevent Snoring
Prevent Snoring with simple lifestyle changes


It is not just about giving your partner a sound sleep, but preventing snoring is more about avoiding long term side effects to your health. Occasional snoring is not very serious but if you are a habitual snorer, you can be at risk for serious health problems, including obstructive sleep apnea, high blood pressure, chronic headaches, obesity, low oxygen levels in blood and more.

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Understanding Snoring
Understanding Snoring - The common causes

Why do we snore?

While breathing, air flows in and out through the nasal cavity in a steady stream. There is hardly any sound of breathing when we are sitting quietly and breathing naturally. During exercise, the air moves much faster and produces some sounds. This happens because quick air movement has more turbulence to airflow causing some vibration in tissues inside nose and mouth.

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snoring solutions
4 of the most common snoring solutions

With so many different types of snoring solutions available, it is natural for anyone to get confused while choosing a suitable one. Here is a brief description of 4 of the most commonly known snoring solutions to help you pick the best one for your unique snoring problem.

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treatment for snoring
Exercise as a treatment for snoring

Why do we snore?

If done correctly and practiced regularly, exercise can prove to be the best treatment for snoring. It may take time in showing improvement, but the results are usually permanent. You can find a lot different exercises online that help prevent snoring, so I would not repeat too many here. Instead I have detailed below the body parts/muscles that you must focus to get the best out of your exercise routine.

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