How to cure snoring?
The jokes about snoring amuses us, but just try sleeping in the same room with a person who snores heavily. It is not for the (faint of heart)*. If this is something you have to endure every night, it may be essential (in maintaining your sanity) to learn how to ‘cure snoring’ or at least how to drop the noise level down a few decibels.
First, what are some causes of snoring? 1. Snoring is caused by intermittent blockage of airflow through tissues in the upper respiratory tract(or in the vicinity). 2. Congestion of the nasal passages may cause this narrowing making it necessary to breathe through the mouth which helps to amplify the noise. 3. Allergies may enlarge nasal tissues which may narrow the passages to create an obstruction of the airflow through the nose. 4. Obesity may increase the chance of snoring because of the excess fat that is deposited in the upper airway passage which, in turn, narrows the passage. 5. Certain medications or sleeping pills may relax the muscles that support the upper airway that may lead to narrowing of the passages. 6. Snoring may be self-induced–strictly by the positions in which we put our head and neck or as a result of the number and shape of the pillows we use.
It is important therefore to know the exact cause of snoring before seeking the ‘cure’. Stay tuned as we try to present some Smart ways people have tried to find
The CURE . . .
* faint of heart — Fig. people who are squeamish; someone who is sickened or disturbed by unpleasantness or challenge. e.g. – The pathway around the top of the volcano, near the crater, is not for the faint of heart.