Snoring Throat Spray
Works to combat the noise of snoring which is caused by the vibrations in the throat and soft tissue. By coating the area they can work to combat the vibrations, reducing the noise of snoring, stay on all night so you can get a peaceful nights sleep, coat your throat for comfort to support a good nights sleep. They are easy to use and several brand use natural ingredients that are non habit forming so you can use them every night.
Why use stop snoring sprays?
Stop snoring sprays are perfect if you are a long term snorer, or to have on hand if you have been drinking, have a cold or you are feeling stuffed up. There are times in our life we snore because of congestion so by having a stop snoring throat or nose spray on hand you can help combat the friction and vibrations of snoring so you and your partner can sleep peaceful and wake up fresh.
What is snoring?
It is simply the vibration of the respiratory structures and the sound produced when there is obstructed air movement in a person's breathing during sleep. A natural reaction of the body when sleeping is that the muscles relax and this includes the muscles that hold the airway open when a person is awake. If the airway is too narrowed it can disrupt the normal suction of breathing that then leads to the vibrations and sounds that we know as snoring.
What are the causes of snoring?
Here are some of the conditions or factors that can cause snoring: Mouth Anatomy
- the following conditions in the mouth can narrow the airway and can lead to snoring:
Low, thick soft palate
Extra tissue in the back of the throat (which is usually true for overweight, obese and pregnant women)
Elongated uvula (i.e. triangular piece of tissue hanging from the soft palate) Drinking alcohol
- when a person consumes too much alcohol before bedtime, the result is over relaxed throat muscles which decreases the natural defenses against airway obstruction.
Chronic nasal congestion Sleep deprivation
- not getting enough sleep can lead to further throat relaxation Position during sleep
- sleeping on your back typically produces the most frequent and loud snoring. This is due to the gravity effect on the throat that results in narrowing of the airway. Obstructive sleep apnea
- a serious condition that causes your throat tissues to partially or completely block your airway and prevent you from breathing.
What are the effects of snoring?
- Poor quality of sleep
- Weight gain
- Strained relationships (especially with your partner)
- Poor concentration
- Feeling tired and low in energy during the day
What are the treatment options?
While there may be no simple absolute cure to snoring, there are many ways that you can minimise the effects of snoring. Here are some options to consider: Lifestyle Change
- this is perhaps the simplest and least expensive way to alleviate the symptoms of snoring. It starts by exercising and eating a well balanced diet if you are overweight. Stop smoking if you smoke and minimise alcohol intake if this is the source. Stop Snoring Products
- there are a variety of stop snoring products including stop snoring nasal sprays, throat sprays, snoring strips, and stop snoring mouthpieces that are all proven to be helpful in supporting the body to alleviate snoring.
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