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6 Ways to Prevent Snoring

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  • Great suggestions.
  • useful tips worth following
  • I am working on #1 and I can tell my husband about #3!
  • I snore but just because of sleep apnea. Sometimes a cpap machine is in order.
  • RISSA76
    I also snore loudly. However, I have sleep apnea. I sleep with with BIPAP machine which helps me breath at night. It is a royal pain, too.
  • SHYNONME
    I am a very loud snored and so is my son. I sleep on my side and that does not help. I am working o losing weight. So far I have lost 7 pounds. My husband hasn't said anything else or nudged me in my back recently. I have had the sleep apnea test only to be told that I don't have it. So life goes on and we have to do what is best to resolve this condition.
  • If snoring is loud enough it can cause you to loose your hearing so talk to the doctor about what can be done to help with the snoring of the partner.
  • Well, my partners is a bit overweight, but not going to take it from me that he needs to loose weight. He's never smoked, it doesn't make any difference whether he's on his back or his side when the snoring's bad, he won't wear a device or take anything for it or go and see the Dr about it. He blames his asthma or having a cold for it, even though his asthma is under control and he doesn't always have a cold when he snores. So my only option is to go and sleep on the air bed, downstairs.
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  • SLEEPWELLAUS
    Thanks for the tips. I would recommend reading this blog "Ï snore loudly - do I have sleep apnea?" http://www.cpapsales.com.au/blog/i-snore-l
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  • BEKAHHAHN

    Recently We purchased SlumberNow clip because of my husbands very loud snoring. We could hear him upstairs anywhere in the house even with the bedroom door closed. I can finally sleep in the same room with him again. Thank you!

  • STELFARWELL
    Thanks to the practical tips! But there are already available remedies and devices to eliminate snoring.
  • METAMORPH2010
    Eeks! I just read WHEREIS170's comment about sleep apnea and feel compelled to clear up those misconceptions! Sleep apnea is not "taking over as an excuse for snoring"! Snoring the most obvious symptom of sleep apnea, and sleep apnea is frequently (though not always) caused by obesity. It is a serious condition leading to hypertension and heart attacks, not to mention a severely diminished quality of life. Nobody slaps a machine on your face without testing first, and believe me, you don't want to be a "hose head" if it isn't going to help. The CPAP machine and masks are unpleasant and -- I might add -- serious motivation to lose weight just so you won't need them anymore, but the improvement in your functioning if you are compliant with the treatment is amazing. Treating sleep apnea makes it possible to lose the necessary weight to overcome the condition if it is caused by your obesity. Without treatment, you just feel too cruddy to do anything with your life. And the reason sleep apnea diagnoses are becoming more common is twofold: there is greater awareness of the condition, and obesity is on the increase. No excuses here -- just the cold, hard reality of another medical condition caused (usually) by obesity.
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