Silencing The Snores – What Causes Snoring and How Can You Prevent It?

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Did you know that 22% of British couples already sleep in separate rooms due to snoring and other sleep problems? Also, 30% of people over 30 years old snore. Those facts are pretty shocking and something needs to be done about it!

Are you known as the snorer in your family? Or do you have constant sleepless nights due to another family member snoring the night away? It’s hard not to take it out on a snorer and get angry but there are actually proper causes of snoring and it’s important to fully understand what causes snoring, as well as looking into some possible treatments.

What Causes Snoring?

There can be a number of causes of snoring and the good news is that most of them do actually have solutions to help you and your family get a better night’s sleep. From lifestyle choices such as smoking and alcohol, to sleeping on your back, mouth breathing, obesity around the neck, blockage of the breathing passage and Sleep Apnea, there are quite a few causes of snoring.

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea is one of the causes of snoring and sleep problems. Sleep Apnea is a disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing while you sleep. Did you know that at least 20% of the snorers have Sleep Apnea? It’s a serious health problem as it could lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, liver problems, memory problems and even depression. Think you might have Sleep Apnea? It’s important to get it looked into now and see which snoring remedies could work best for you and your lifestyle.

Snoring Solutions

What can I do to stop snoring? As a general guidance, it’s always advised to try out some general preventive measures to stop snoring and see if that helps first before going down more of a serious treatment route. It’s always a good idea to seek the help of your doctor as well to see if they have any advice for your general health.

Some common preventive measures to try out first is to try losing some weight (especially if you’ve got excess fat around your neck), avoid smoking, avoid drinking alcohol (especially just before bed) and to try sleeping on your side rather than lying flat on your back.

What Are The Causes of Snoring? (Infographic)

Snoring and sleep Apnea is much more serious than you might think and if left undiagnosed, it could turn out to be fatal. To help you out, we’ve put together this infographic below, designed by us here at Sleeppro, to outline some of the most common causes of snoring, as well as some general preventive measures and some common snoring solutions and treatments.

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