Mouth Breathing Caused Snoring
Your snoring is likely caused by blockages causing you to breathe through your mouth.
The good news... It can be easily fixed or reduced with a few techniques,
anti-snore products, and some trial and error.
About Your Snoring Type
The results of your snore test indicate your snoring is likely due to blockages causing you to breathe through your mouth instead of your nose while sleeping.
Mouth Based Snoring Can Result From
- Blocked nasal passages
- Enlarged tonsils or a weak palatal tissue.
- Also occurs in people who frequently drink alcohol or use sleep medications
Nasal blockages can increase the negative pressure in your oral airway, too much pressure, and your soft palate collapses which results in loud... very loud snoring.
How To Stop or Reduce Your Snoring.
Fortunately, your type of snoring is very common and has several DIY methods & scientifically proven products that work great (see recommended products below)!
For people who have allergies, a nasal steroid can help but is a temporary solution. A better long term nonsurgical solution is a nasal dilator such as the Snore-B-Gone.
If you have pets or suffer from any allergies, you should get a great air purifier! Removing the allergens from your air will help decrease the swelling and reduce your snoring. It's also great for your overall health.
Scroll down to see the Snoresy Approved Products we recommend to help your type of snoring.
Snoresy Approved Products
Here are the top 3 products PROVEN to help Stop Your Type Of Snoring!
The Best Natural, Non-Surgical way to fix Your Nasal Blockage Caused Snoring.
Wake up feeling great with this snoring mouthpiece. SilentSnore is better but this works!
Snore Meds provides an alternative to Sleep Tight with their self-molded anti-snoring mouthpiece.
About two years ago my snoring almost ruined my marriage. It was bad... My husband had hit a wall and was no longer able to deal with it. He started saying things like "I don't want to have to sleep in another room just to get the proper sleep". His health was deteriorating, he developed insomnia, and worst of all, try as he might, it was impossible for the resentment not to build in him.
Fast forward to today and my snoring is gone! Well not completely gone, sometimes when I drink alcohol or take sleeping meds I'll snore but otherwise, things are great! We are sleeping in the same room and our relationship is back to full strength.
This ordeal was terrible if only I had a better resource at the time. That's why I created SNORESY (my nickname back then "Lil miss snoresy") to help everyone else in this same situation so that you never have to go through what I did.