- Lord BaconLv 72 months ago
Lose weight. Avoid alcohol before bedtime. If it is 'nose snoring', get medically checked for nasal obstruction and get it sorted out if found.
If snoring is extreme, try a 'mandibular advancement device', (MAD) which is like a gum-shield that you wear when sleeping. It holds your lower jaw forward a little which helps keep your airway open so you don't snore. They work very well and are, ideally, made by a suitably trained dentist. They are not cheap but they are worth it.
If the snoring is associated with sleep apnoea, you may find 'continuous positive airway pressure' (CPAP), the delivery of air at a slightly raised pressure via a mask, is the solution. It needs a medical diagnosis and many people find a MAD works just as well.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Sleep on your side.
- JayLv 62 months ago