Do you feel older than you are?
Do you constantly feel that you need just a few more minutes of sleep to feel full of energy?
Has your wife been sleeping on a couch for some time?
If you answered yes to all the questions above, then you probably snore. It is a common problem that many people face but not many people share. You are wrong of you think you are the only one to face it. There are many people around you (maybe even your friends or family members) who suffer from sleeping disorders but prefer to keep it in secret. Ask them to help you out. But if you don’t have anyone to turn to, you will find a solution in this article.
- The first and the easiest strategy to help you sleep better is to put your head higher when going to bed. Sounds very simply, but can do wonders!
- The next one is connected with the way you sleep. If you sleep on your back the risk of snoring is very high. Try sleeping on your side or stomach, this simple new habit will open air ways that are blocked when lying on a back. It may be hard to change a habit at first (especially if you have been sleeping on your back for many years), but it is worth a try. Try to tie something on your back to make it impossible to roll over at night. You will get used with time, plus a good night’s sleep will be so pleasant that you will soon forget about every uneasiness.
- Having extra weight leads to blockage in air ways. Obesity and snoring and tightly connected together and eliminating the first problem will eliminate the other one by chain. Start doing physical exercises every day, eat healthy and you and people around you will soon note positive changes.
- Eating right before going to bed can also cause snoring! Your stomach doesn’t have time to digest all that food, it piles up and causes pressure on a diaphragm. This is another reason why eating healthy is important. Try to have the last meal not later than 2 hours before going to bed.
- Having cold is usually accompanied by a running nose. When your nose is blocked it naturally makes it hard to breathe normally, especially at night when a snorer is relaxed and does not try to breathe soundlessly. Having cold also leads to piling up of mucus, especially at night. Treat a flu as soon as possible, also use good old methods like breathing over a pot with hot water with herbs to free air ways from unnecessary stuff.
- Smoking and especially doing so before going to bed will result in a bad quality sleep. Your body will say thank you once you quit smoking. If it is hard to do at once, do it step by step and you are guaranteed a success!
- Get a good snoring device, you can check my zquiet review as it helped me dealing with my own snoring problem, maybe it will help you also!