Take a look at these tips if you tend to be a snoring sleeper. There are some surprising ways for you to cut back the snoring if the breathing strips aren’t cutting it.
1. Get off your back. You experience the most airway instability when you are face-up. Staying off your back reduces snoring.
2. Take up an instrument. Playing a brass or woodwind instrument tones the muscles of your upper airways, which allows for better airway dilation control, so you will breathe easier when you sleep.
3. Avoid drinks before bed. Alcohol is a muscle relaxer that eases the tension in the muscles of your airway—and a relaxed airway leads to snoring. So make sure you have your last pint or glass at least 3 to 4 hours before bed.