Factors That Lead To Sleep Problems | Snoring Problems

Snoring Factors That Lead To Snoring Problems
 

Snoring is an issue which affects all types of people. There are, however, some factors that can increase the likelihood of a snoring problem.

Some of the risk factors associated with snoring issues include:

Being overweight
People who have excessive amounts of soft tissue in their throats are also at risk. The more meat you have around your neck, the smaller your throat will be. This can inhibit air flow and contribute to snoring

Smoking
If you smoke, you can face increased congestion levels in your nose and lungs. Smoking also relaxes your muscles which can cause further blockage and snoring.

Being middle-aged or older
The older you get, the more narrow your throat becomes. This is why older people are more prone to snoring.

Being male
Males are more likely to snore because they have more restricted airways than females do. Guys, next time your woman complains about your snoring, blame it on your gender!

Having nasal deformities and obstructions
If you have structural issues like a deviated septum or obstruction issues like nasal polyps, you are much more likely to snore

 

 

Having a large uvula, large tongue, large soft palate or large tonsils
The more soft tissue you have back in your throat, the more you going to snore. Enlarged tissue structures only serve to worsen restriction and increase vibration. This makes you snore louder.

Sleeping on your back or sleeping with super-squishy pillows
When you sleep on your back you increase the likelihood of your jaw opening. This open mouth effect can lead to more restrictive airways. If you sleep with a bunch of soft pillows, you can place your neck at strange angles. This also restricts airways and increases your risks of snoring.

Taking sleeping pills and sedatives
If you're thinking about taking sleeping pills to get over your snoring---think again. Sleeping pills and sedatives relax your muscles and your neck. This causes more constriction. Which in turn leads to more snoring.

What do you do about it?
If your snoring issues are light, then you can try adjusting your sleeping habits and reduce your risks. You can also use over-the-counter remedies such as Snornez. Snorenz is a throat spray that delivers a quick-acting sleep aid to help you find relief. If your snoring is more severe, you may need to seek medical attention. There are surgeries, anti-snoring devices and other treatments that can help you deal with serious snoring and obstructive breathing issues like sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can be life-threatening, so if you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night gasping for air, then a trip to the doctor is a must. Don't let your condition go untreated - get the help you need!

 

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