Almost everyone is probably, to some degree, a snorer. And if not, you most likely live with one. It can cause problems if you’re trying to get your eight-hours and the person next to you is sawing logs.
Now there are a ton of products out there to get rid of, or reduce, the decibels of your snoring. Some of them may work and some, not so much. There’s also a lot of factors for why we snore.
One reason can be the actual position you sleep in. How many times have you had to tell someone to roll over so they would stop snoring and you could start sleeping? Sometimes it’s helpful also to get the right pillow and mattress, correct bedding can really help with your sleeping posture and help improve sleep quality in general.
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Or, you could try a new product called “Singing for Snorers.” Yes, that’s right, you can now annoy your partner with your bad singing for a few minutes instead of snoring the whole night.
This program of singing exercises was designed by a woman named Alise Ojay, a choir director and singer. She designed this program after conducting some of the first research ever conducted in the use of singing exercises to reduce snoring.
The basic theory is that these singing exercises can be used to reduce your snoring by exercising muscles in your throat. Now, believe it or not, this isn’t a silly homeopathic snake oil remedy but does in fact involve some hard science. The clinical trial conducted at Royal Devon & Exter Hospital, UK has reported a statistically significant reduction in both daytime sleepiness and frequency of snoring after utilizing the “Singing for Snorers” exercises for three months.
So if you’re interested, order “Singing for Snorers” and let us know what you think. Also be aware that snoring is a pretty good indicator that you could be suffering from sleep apnea. If you haven’t already, consult your doctor ASAP and then talk to Austin dentist Dr. Matthews about what he can do for you. Schedule an appointments today if snoring is a problem for you and get on your way to a good night’s sleep.