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Natural Remedies For Snoring
While an anti-snoring mouthguard is the easiest and most effective remedy to end pesky snoring before it turns into a major problem, there are lots of alternative remedies, new and old, that have helped a lot of frustrated husbands and kids solve their snoring problems.
These methods are getting more and more respect from western medicine as they’re tested and scientifically shown to be more effective than a placebo treatment. Schools are quickly meeting this demand and teaching professionals about some of the more complex treatments, and if you’re interested in some of the simpler stuff, well, read on!
A life packed with stress has side effects, and snoring isn’t the least of them. When we’re stuck in traffic, filling out annoying forms, or arguing with our co-workers, friends, and family, our stress levels rise. Take a look at relaxing music (before sleep, not during), tai chi, and other meditation exercises. It seems silly, but after a couple of weeks, you’re likely to see a real improvement in your sleep patterns.
Treat yourself to a warm drink before bedtime. Stay away from chocolate, coffee, and milk – but treat yourself to a little herbal tea (particularly the kind labeled “Breathe Easy”) or hot water with honey and lemon in it.
You’ve got to remember that you need to cut down on snoring, so a general sleep aid might not help in fact it might relax your muscles to the point that snoring comes easier!
People have used homeopathic medicines to cut into their snoring problems for centuries. Take a look at SnoreStop. SnoreStop and other similar medications get rid of excess mucus and other secretions that build up inside of the nose and throat. That opens up the airway and makes it easier for you to breath uninterrupted at night.
You can also check out nose drops. The Y-Snore nose drop is based on a ginger extract – if you’ve ever had a spicy ginger ale, you know that it can really clear your breathing passages. This inhibits and prevents airflow vibration in the trachea during sleep naturally. It’s also small and portable, which means you’ll have no problem taking it with you to hotels or naps on the go.
Namely, change your sleeping position. This trick works better if you’re handy with a needle – but if you sew a tennis ball into your pajama top, near the small of the back, for example, you’ll smash the average snoring habit. See, when you’re sleeping on your back, the lower jaw has a very natural tendency to drop open – that constricts the breathing passages and makes snoring easier.