How to Stop Snoring
You tried special pillows, mouth guards, and even those t-shirts with the pockets for tennis balls on the back. Sometimes they work; sometimes they don’t. The bottom line is, you’ve tried over-the-counter remedies and you didn’t get the results you were hoping for.
Snoring is so much of a common problem, people often joke about it. In fact, nearly half of all adults snore, at least occasionally. But despite its silly reputation, snoring can be the result of a serious health problem with significant health consequences. It’s literally a sign that your breathing is (at least partially) obstructed during sleep.
What Should I Do to Stop Snoring?
Want to stop snoring? Stop looking for a quick remedy. Get evaluated to see whether you need CPAP equipment, surgery, or another snoring treatment. Speak to your Family Healthcare Professional for a referral.