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How to Fix Snoring Problems - Natural Remedies and Easy Fixes for Sleep Issues

By Edited Oct 25, 2015 0 0

You’ve probably spent most of your life trying to figure out how to fix snoring problems if you in fact snore. Most people who snore spend a lot of time both on and offline line looking for the magical pill, figuratively and literally if they have sleep issues.

Let’s face it; sleep problems can turn your life upside down, if you snore. You probably are also plagued with productivity issues at work because of lack of sleep as well as just plain ole quality of life issues. People who don’t sleep soundly have a tendency to make mistakes on the job and can also develop relationship problems, particularly when your partner doesn’t snore.

But you can fix snoring issues with homemade remedies or at least ease your snoring issue when following some of these sound sleep principles.

How Many People Snore?

It’s estimated that nearly 50% of the US population have snored or actively do snore. This accounts for nearly 150,000,000 million people in the US according to University College at Irvine, Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery.  It’s also important to note that snoring is not sleep apnea and sleep apnea is not snoring. Snoring’s clinical definition is when air flow through the nose and mouth is obstructed physically. But many people who suffer from loud snoring do in fact have sleep apnea. And it’s also important to note that if you suffer from sleep apnea or even snoring that bothers you to the extent that you feel as though your quality of life is suffering, it’s important to see a doctor.

This article really isn’t for people for have small or collapsing nostrils, sleep apnea and chronic allergies – all solid reasons to seek medical attention immediately if your snoring is of major concern.

But for everyone else, where medical attention may not be warranted, stopping your snoring with homemade remedies may just be what you need.

Top 3 Homemade Remedies for Snoring – Or Things You Can Do To Stop Your Snoring Problems

Humidifiers:  Did you know that one of the reasons you might be snoring is because you are breathing in dry air. Consider the noise old leaves on a plant make when they hit the ground in your home. Have you ever tried to crackle and dead plant leaf in your home? It makes a ton of noise. Consider your throat. It relies on moisture just as most living plants in nature. The lack of moisture in your nasal passage ways and mouth cause the same dry condition that results in a plant leaf making noise when crackled. Dry heat in the home during the winter months and even cold air from an air conditioner during the summer months can cause the same drying conditions. So be sure to always add back moisture in your home, particularly where you sleep at night.

Humming and Singing for 20-30 Minutes a Day:  Most people love to sing or hum. And if you snore, you should probably start humming or singing for at least 20 minutes a day. Why? Well both humming and or singing tighten up the throat muscles. That extra flab under there could be one of the contributors to your snoring issues at home.

Exercise for at Least 30 minutes a Day: Did you know that most people with chronic sleep and snoring issues are overweight. Being overweight leads again to extra fat around the throat, it’s the same reason why obese and overweight people are more susceptible to sleep apnea as well. Reduce your weight by making better eating choices, portion control and exercise. Not only will you feel better, but you’ll sleep better too.

So there you have it, if you’re looking for how to fix snoring problems, just follow the above advice to help relieve or stop your sleep issues.

 

 
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