6 Lifestyle Changes Can Help You to Stop Snoring

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Every person snores occasionally, and it’s typically not something to concern about. But if you habitually snore at night, it can lead to health problems. For one, a snoring spouse often keeps the other person from a comfortable night’s sleep. And if your snoring keeps your companion up, it can create real relationship problems in a marriage and it can sooner or later lead to separate bedrooms and distress your relationship with your bed partner. In addition, people who snore have obstructive sleep apnea, which can leave them feel exhausted during the day, also can increases the risk of developing heart disease.

There are countless natural solutions and lifestyle changes, which may help both you and your partner sleep better at night and overcome the relationship glitches caused when one person snores.

6Change Your Sleeping Position :

Lying on your back makes the base of your tongue and soft palate collapse to the back wall of your throat, causing a vibrating sound during sleep. Sleeping on your side and raise your head four inches can comfort breathing and encourage your tongue and jaw to move onward. If you can’t, try attaching a tennis ball to the back of a pajama top or hoodie, the discomfort of the tennis ball will make you turn back onto your side. After a while, sleeping on your side will become a habit without using the tennis ball or anything else.

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