Anyone who knows they snore has probably tried to stop snoring before. Not just for themselves, but for other people who wake up and lose valuable rest because of the noise. The problem is, snoring is not voluntary, it is an involuntary action.
The noisy sounds of snoring occur when there is an obstruction in the free flow of air through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose where the tongue and upper throat meet the soft palate and uvula. These structures striking each other and vibrating during breathing cause the sounds that keeps millions of people awake at night.
A good percent of young adults snore at least occasionally, and approximately 25 percent are habitual snorers. Men are more likely to snore than females. It is also common among people who are overweight. Aging also contribute to the effect of snoring but it does not affect everyone during their aging process.
One of the most common reasons that people snore are because they sleep on their back and the fatty tissue in their throat relaxes and impedes air passage. You probably will avoid snoring if you try sleeping on your side. One way to achieve this is by turning over your side and place a large body pillow flat on the bed, so rolling over will be difficult due to the presence of the pillow. In addition, there are special pillows that are designed to help those who snore. Correcting your allergy problem can also pit a stop to snoring.
I know, I know, involuntary or not, snoring can be so embarrassing when your spouse or anyone else wakes you up from your beauty sleep just to scream "Stop Snoring!!!"
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