WPG Health Update: Five Ways to Stop Snoring
If you snore or sleep next to someone who does, you know it can be a big problem.
Either way, you probably want to know some ways to stop. Here are a few tips to help you. If making lifestyle changes don't help, it may be time to see a sleep specialist. Snoring can be a symptom of sleep apnea, a potential serous condition.
Stick to a healthy diet and exercise routine. Snoring is shown to be more common in heavier individuals, so losing weight might help you stop.
Sleeping on your back increases snoring but elevating your head decreases it.
It helps regulate the air in your room, reducing snoring.
Hot water opens your nasal passages, lowering your chances of snoring.
It may look silly, but it can work wonders in stopping snoring