7 Techniques That Keep You from Snoring ...


Learning how not to snore might sound impossible, but it's really not.

As a girl who recently discovered, much to my horror, that I've started snoring exactly like my dad, I've been on a mad search to discover how to stop snoring.2

The first time that I snored so loudly, I woke myself up, I knew it was time to take drastic action.

There are lots of natural ways you can keep your nose quiet, so if you're looking to quit snoring, just keep reading!

And no dozing – I'll hear you!

1. Lose Weight

When you're figuring out how not to snore, losing weight really does help.

Even if you aren't particularly heavy, you might have excess fat tissues located in the very back of your throat.2

Because that blocks the airway a bit, it leads to snoring.

Slimming down a little will really help, plus you'll feel better in other areas of your life.

2. Assume the Position

Sleeping in the right position is essential when you're learning how to stop snoring.

How do you sleep?

Most often, people snore when they sleep on their backs.

If that's when you snore as well, try sleeping on your side or your stomach instead.

If you absolutely can't fall asleep unless you're on your back, just elevate your head a little.

Try to sleep in a semi-upright position, one that's still comfortable but prevents you from being flat on your back.

3. Check Your Sinuses

If your nasal passages are clogged, if you have allergies, or if you have sinus problems, they could be the cause of your snoring problem.

If you have a stuffy nose, you're going to snore.

There are lots of remedies for this problem, many of which are specifically designed to help you at night.

Salt water sprays, neti pots, and decongestant strips all work wonders!

Cut out Smoking and Drinking
Explore more ...