Closed mouth snoring, is that even a thing?
Hey, My name is James (Yup, that’s me in the goofy picture to the right) After nearly 5 years of snoring problems which almost ruined my relationship I was finally able to put this problem behind me. Yes closed mouth snoring is a real thing and I have personally gone through this and I’ve tried practically every snoring solution out there so I wont waste your time with solutions that doesn’t work.
Right off the bat the best advice I can give you is to make some SOLID lifestyle changes in your diet and exercise. While that’s the long term solution, you probably don’t want to wait months listening to your husband or boyfriend snore all night.
Your boyfriend snores so loud it drives you insane!
Snoring can be a deal breaker in relationships so quit sleeping on the couch and identify what’s causing your partner to snore at night, take a look at the common causes of snoring and start making changes.
Obesity is often linked to snoring so if your husband is overweight and snoring this a problem that your not going to resolve overnight without some kind of anti-snoring device. Changing your diet is a lifestyle change but one you’ll thank yourself for.
My Long Term Solution
Personally I found great success in almost completely eliminating carbs from my diet. I stick to eating fresh foods, veggies, meats, eggs, nuts and some fruits. I keep the sugar in my diet to absolute minimum. No more Coke or other drinks filled with sugar. It was a gradual process, obviously you cant change your lifestyle overnight.
Alcohol – having a drink before bed, or in my case several 🙂 can easily cause you to snore at night. Snoring is caused by muscles relaxing resulting in the narrowing of the nose, mouth or throat. The amount of air passing through doesn’t change from when your awake. Because the passage has narrowed the air flow becomes turbulent vibrating the surrounding tissues which results in the snoring sound. Drinking before bed will cause additional relaxation of muscles resulting in that unwelcome snore.
- An immediate solution for a snoring back-sleeper is to change their position and become a side-sleeper. Easier said than done.
- Allergy sufferers, who snore as a result of constricted nasal passages, can alleviate their snoring by taking an antihistamine prior to bed or can ask their doctor about the benefits of allergy shots.
- Obesity is linked to snoring, so eating healthier and working out regularly can reduce an individual’s weight and lessen the severity of snoring.
Most people will spend their first few months trying to find free methods to stop snoring and the result is usually very poor progress. I made this mistake, and wish I had just sacked up and spent the few bucks it takes to get a real solution.
I was getting very frustrated having tried numerous different solutions to stop snoring when my Dad suggested that I try out Air Snore.
There are number of ways you can get some relief It can take time to make some positive to your lifestyle and there are a number of snoring solutions that can help prevent snoring.
Generally, there are four routes that people take to tackle the problem of snoring: lifestyle modifications; surgery; anti-snoring devices or for those diagnosed with Sleep Apnea, a CPAP machine.
Many factors can contribute to snoring, but with some simple lifestyle modifications snoring can be decreased and for some, completely eradicated from their life.
If lifestyle modifications aren’t improving your snoring problem or if you need something immediate, surgery can be an option, although a more extreme and expensive choice in most cases. A deviated septum in the nose causes an obstruction to the nasal passageways often resulting in snoring. This issue can easily be corrected by going under the knife, which would open up the airway, thus reducing snoring.
Other options include surgery on the roof of the mouth or on the back of the throat using a variety of surgical instruments. With all surgeries, there are risks involved that should be considered when seeking this alternative as an effective treatment for snoring.
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