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Who does snores here during sleeping? Don't be shy, that's a pretty normal as not a will of a person to have one. Okay, there are certainties the reasons why someone snores like Poor sleep can lead to daytime fatigue, irritability and increased health problems, as a baby do snores too.

Sometimes, snoring so loud that would wake your bed partner in the middle of the night because you have been snoring that loud that bothers them. And sometimes, kicking them out of the bedroom is the way for not in order to stop from hearing the snores. Yet, it is not the remedy to stop snoring. There are many effective ways of stopping someone from snoring too. You have to discover the causes and finds the right cure will vastly improve the health, your relationship and, of course, your sleep.

Some ways on how to stop snoring as snoring can often seem like a problem without a solution – especially when it is getting in the way of a good night’s sleep for you and your partner. We get curious on how we get this as we don't snore before and want to stop snores, we have to consider the cause and serenity of it.

  • Sleep on your side
  • Elevate the head of your bed
  • Limit alcohol and medications
  • Clear your nasal passages
  • Lose weight
Okay, if you have done that, it will help you from stop snoring and would not bother your bed partner every night.

Now, here's the questions in our head. What causes of snoring? - People who snore often have too much throat and nasal tissue, or “floppy” tissue that is more prone to vibrate. The position of the tongue can also get in the way of smooth breathing. Evaluating how and when you snore will help you pinpoint whether the cause of your snoring is within your control or not. Enlist your sleep partner or keep a sleep diary to help you determine the possible cause of your snoring.

Trigger on where does the snores sounds come from? - Snoring is caused by a narrowing of your airway, either from poor sleep posture or abnormalities of the soft tissues in your throat. A narrow airway gets in the way of smooth breathing and creates the sound of snoring.

Here's some tip that I read on how to reveal why you snores:

If you snore
  • With your mouth closed: a problem with the tongue is probably the culprit
  • With your mouth open: your snoring is likely related to the tissues in your throat
  • Only on your back: your snoring is probably mild – improved sleep habits and lifestyle changes may be effective cures
  • In all sleep positions: your snoring is more severe and may require a more comprehensive treatment
Now, there are times that we don't snore all the time. Ask your bed partner about how bad you do snores and knowing how to get rid of it would be a good idea. That way, you can give a night sleep not only for yourself but also for your bed partner.



  1. Thanks for this informative post about snoring and how to treat it.

  2. This is a good post. Honestly I don’t snore. My dad does most of the time. I had friend last time that snores and it was so loud. He was my housemate and you could even hear him snores miles away! Imagine that.

    He went for a check up at one of the private hospital here and doctor suggested him to go through a minor operation. The minor operation involved his nose. If you realize sometimes those who snores badly got a small meet in the nose that block them from breathing properly. After that he never snores anymore :)

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  4. I asked Dana several times before if I snore in my sleep and he said no, I just breath hard... hehe...

    Anyway, nice post here...very informative :)

  5. Thanks to all your snoring cures and tips provided in this site. I learned a new snore aids that can really help over come this kind of snoring disorder. TY to all your effort! Keep it up...


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