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Great Advice For Anyone Who Snores At Night

Many people say that it is rather hard to the optimum sleep protocol review completely prevent someone from snoring, but that is only true if you do not take the necessary steps to figure what the causes are. Like anything in life, education is key and this applies to snoring prevention too. Continue on for some great snoring prevention tips.

Smokers who also snore really need to think about quitting. Smoking causes the tissues in your throat to become irritated, which in turn causes your throat to swell. When your throat swells you are more likely to snore.

While it may take a little time, losing any excess weight can be extremely beneficial to snorers. Being overweight puts extra pressure on many places in your body, including the throat, which can lead to snoring. Since your neck is one of the first places you lose weight from, even just a few pounds can help calm snoring down.

One way to help keep from snoring is to avoid tranquilizers at bedtime. While tranquilizers might help you sleep faster, they will also relax the muscles that hold your nasal passages fully open. They will contract partially, and air will have a harder time getting through -- and you will snore.

If you snore in the winter months, try sleeping with a humidifier. Sometimes very dry air, such as that we are exposed to in the dead of winter, causes a stuffed up nose. This makes a person breathe through their mouth and often results in snoring. A good quality humidifier will add moisture to the air and help you to avoid this problem.

Nasal strips can be very effective at eliminating snoring. These nasal strips often resemble a bandage. However, their function is very different. These strips will hold your nasal passages opening, allowing more air to enter. This will make breathing from your nose easier, and you will stop snoring.

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