There are many products such as nasal sprays and homeopathic
therapies intended to treat some of the underlying conditions that cause
snoring. Many of them however, have not been proven effective in clinical trials.
Some therapies that may help reduce snoring include:
Acupuncture. Acupuncture may help reduce snoring by treating nasal
blockage caused by chronic sinusitis or allergies.
Singing. Singing can strengthen the muscles of the throat and soft palate.
Didgeridoo. Research suggests that playing this instrument for 25 minutes
each day several times a week can help train the muscles of the upper
airway and reduce daytime sleepiness.
Keeping The Bedroom Air Moist. Dry air can cause irritation in the
membranes of throat and nose.
Changing Pillows Often. Dust mites accumulate in pillows and can cause
allergic reactions. Changing your pillow at least once every six months is
Staying Well Hydrated. Secretions in the nose and soft palate become
thicker and stickier when you are dehydrated.
A Hot Shower Before Sleeping can help open the nasal passages.
Nasal Strips may help lift nasal passages to allow better passage of air.
Rinsing With Salt Water Solution can clear blockage and remove irritants that cause allergies and built up mucus secretion.