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More Non Surgical Solutions to Snoring


Snoring can be caused by any one of a number of factors. Some of the more common possibilities include dairy products, alcohol, and obesity. Quite often cutting out dairy and alcohol and losing some weight is enough to take care of your snoring problem. However, it sometimes isnít this easy. If you have tried the above mentioned solutions as well as checked with your doctor to ensure it isnít something more serious, perhaps itís time to try something a little different.

Some former snorers swear by aromatherapy. Aromatherapy is the use of certain essential oils to alleviate or cure certain ailments. Marjoram has been found to help snoring by working on the throatís lining. Combine marjoram with lavender and you may just enjoy the first restful snore-free night in years.

Another potential solution is relaxation therapy. Stress is a possible contributor to snoring, and by making sure you are entirely relaxed before going to sleep. There are many different relaxation techniques you can try, such as yoga, tai chi, or massage.

Many people swear by magnetic therapy. Magnetic therapy uses magnets to stimulate certain parts of the body. For snoring, magnets are used to stimulate nerves in the nose. Once stimulated they remain open, thus removing any obstruction and preventing snoring. Typically magnets will be placed all over the body, not just the nasal area. Some people claim that magnetic therapy can even help with weight loss. This in of itself can benefit snoring.

Some people have found success with hypnosis. However, this method is found to be somewhat hit and miss since hypnosis works better with habits that people do voluntarily, such as smoking. However, if you have exhausted all other avenues this is certainly worth a try.

The last thing you want to do before bed is have a mug of warm milk. While it may help some people sleep it can spell disaster for the snorer. Milk can ramp up mucus production which can contribute to throat obstruction, thus increasing the chances of snoring. Instead, reach for a glass of warm water with honey and apple cider vinegar. You might just find this can give you the restful nightís sleep your body needs.

Submitted by:

John Lenaghan

John Lenaghan writes about how to stop snoring and other snoring-related topics for the Snoring Solutions website. Get more helpful advice and sign up for our free newsletter at http://www.snoringsolutions.org







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