There are literally hundreds of snoring remedies and some may be more reputable while others effective enough to give it a shot and one may select the snoring remedy from a list that may include changes to lifestyle, sleep posture correction, homeopathic remedies, throat sprays, nasal dilation, mouth breathing correction, mouthpiece devices, continuous positive airway pressure, palatal inserts, palate stiffening by scarring, radiofrequency tissue reduction, surgery and hypnosis, aromatherapy and other alternative approaches. No matter which snoring remedy one chooses the problem needs to be addressed and eliminated, if possible.
Changes in a person that snores’ lifestyle would help and it may include some rather conservative types of a snoring remedy such avoiding sedatives and antihistamines prior to bedtime and avoiding heavy meals before turning in for the night and establishing sleeping patterns and not getting too tired and using a humidifier in the bedroom in case the air within is too dry. To correct sleep postures, there are many products that have been specially designed to make you sleep on the side and these include pillows, collars and also mattresses that will optimally position the body in the best position to reduce snoring. A pill or nasal spray is another snoring remedy thought to stop snoring and these anti-snoring pills may contain enzymes of natural plants and herbs that can break down secretions such as mucus and thus allows the body to reabsorb them and thus reduce congestion. There are nose drops or nasal sprays that help to open the airways and eliminate congestion. Throat sprays coat the soft tissues of the throat through use of lubricating oils and thus lets the air move freely and lessens those noisy vibrations.
Another snoring remedy is nasal dilation which may consist of nasal strips that help to keep open the airways of the nose and it may also include plastic devices that keep the nostrils open as also nasal sprays that reduce congestion and swelling of the tissues in the nose. Snoring may considerably be reduced if the snorer could learn to breathe through the nose and for this there are certain mouth breathing correction devices such as the Chin-up Strip that keeps the mouth shut at night via a U-shaped adhesive strip that will curl around the lower lip. There are also devices available that can be custom-fit that help to pull the lower jaw or tongue forward and thus creates enough space within the throat to prevent any obstruction, when breathing. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is another snoring remedy in which machinery blows air through the nose with the help of a mask and thus does not allow any disruption to breathing and also eliminates snoring.