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post #16 of 23
Are you sleepy during the day and don't wake up refreshed after a decent night's sleep ? If yes, I would seek medical advice as the problem could be more than accoustical. I sometimes snore when I lie on my back, and have suffered the indignity of having my nose pinched or beeing prodded to turn on my side. Not fun, but I do as I'm told. B
post #17 of 23
Apparently, when l was a kid l was one of the loudest snorers out (you could hear me outside on the street). l had an operation and it vanished. A friiend of mine snores very loudly. He stopped it by putting a plastic oxygen mask thingy over his mouth at night. lt took abit of getting used to but it is worth it. Ask your doctor.
post #18 of 23
i am in the group of 17" neck with a snore issue that was totally abated when i lost weight recently. however now, it's back and so is the snoring... gotta get back in shape...
post #19 of 23
A (posssibly) more pleasant, if slower, alternative to the surgery mentioned earlier is to take classical singing lessons. Apparantly the excercise this strenghtens the roof of the mouth in the same way as the surgery and inhibits its vibrating.
post #20 of 23
I still think the pillow is the best cure.
post #21 of 23
Get married - the midnight rib shots from your wife will curb your snoring in no time.
post #22 of 23
not really.
post #23 of 23
Quote:
i am in the group of 17" neck with a snore issue that was totally abated when i lost weight recently.  however now, it's back and so is the snoring... gotta get back in shape...
I lost 130lbs a few years ago and my rather loud snoring problem disappeared completely...
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