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Snoring Problem

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  • Posted By: zaxvata
  • July 11, 2010
  • 10:22 PM

I have been snoring for ages - since my very childhood, I have tried several snoring remedies but in vain. Some days ago I was surfing the net when I found this web-site which offers a questionnaire promising to determine what kind of snorer am I. But I don't know whether to trust them or not. How do you think ?

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  • I have been snoring for ages - since my very childhood, I have tried several snoring remedies but in vain. Some days ago I was surfing the net when I found this web-site which offers a questionnaire promising to determine what kind of snorer am I. But I don't know whether to trust them or not. How do you think ?Hi ,The best way to stop snoring is first find out what's the causes of snoring .Here some list which can cause you to snore1. Sleeping position - sleeping at your back make snoring louder .When you sleep at you back the muscles in your throat and mouth relax and block the airway .2.some medication will cause snoring .3.Obesity is actually one of the most common causes of snoring.The extra weight , especially around the face, throat and chest areas, causes extra pressure on the airways during the relaxed sleep at night4.Don't drink alcohol and eat big meal before you go to bed .I hope this will help youhabesha
    habesha 1 Replies
    • September 1, 2010
    • 04:01 PM
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  • Have you tried Natural Remedies? If you haven't, here are some of them: Herbs – a by product of the peppermint herb is peppermint oil, which when rubbed into the lower side of each nostril, the oil has an anti swelling effect on the membranes found on the inner linings of the nose. Eucalyptus and coconut are similar oils that can be used for the same anti swelling results.Olive Oil – when taken orally, 2 to 3 sips of olive oil acts as a lubricant for the throat and reduce the vibrations that produce snoring. Taken prior to bed it is also known to reduce snoringSteam – not only is this the cheapest of all the remedies it is likely to be the best for you. Safely inhaling steam from hot water will relieve congestion in the head and chest. The addition of apple cider vinegar and a few sage leaves to the water is known to increase its effectiveness.
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    • September 23, 2010
    • 05:39 PM
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  • what kind device is useful to stop snoring??
    sydneysnoring 0 Replies
    • January 22, 2014
    • 06:44 AM
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  • I suffer from snoring, and got help using a mouthpiece and also lost weight, you can find them in places like http://www.snorebore.com/ which did help a lot!
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • October 13, 2015
    • 11:43 AM
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