Stop Snoring Tips

The following tips are adapted from the Mayo Clinic website.1

  1. Make sure your snoring is not a sign of a more serious health problem, like sleep apnea.
  2. If you are overweight, try to drop some pounds. Extra tissue in the throat narrows your airway.
  3. Do not drink alcoholic beverages at least 2 hours before bedtime.
  4. Tell your doctor about your snoring before taking sedatives. Like alcohol, sedatives cause your muscles to relax more and can contribute to snoring.
  5. Try sleeping on your side. This can decrease the blocking of airways.
  6. Get treatment for congested sinuses. Do not use decongestant in spray or pill form for more than three days unless directed by your doctor. Long-term use can make your congestion worse.

Other home remedies include:

  • Avoid mucous creating foods such as milk, cheese, and other dairy products.
  • If you suffer from hay fever, sleep with your windows closed.

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1“Snoring Lifestyle and Home Remedies,” Mayo Clinic website, September 26, 2010, Mayo Clinic Staff.
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/snoring/DS00297/DSECTION=lifestyle-and-home-remedies