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How to control snoring or tip to stop it?

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Dr. Stephen Gordon
44 years experience
If it's Just snoring: See your dentist for an oral appliance that advances the position of your lower jaw or the aveo tsd (moves tongue forward) to open the air passage to reduce or eliminate snoring. Note, often moderate or greater weight loss is the best treatment for snoring reduction as well as overall health improvement. If overweight, consider take shape for life (easy to do, lose 2 - 5 lbs per week).
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Dr. Mark Birnbach
Cosmetic Dentistry 49 years experience
Treating snoring: Several options snoring is often worse if you sleep on your back, so avoid that position ( sew a pocket on the back of a t-shirt and put a tennis ball in it) lose weight see an ENT to evaluate tonsils, adenoids, deviated septum use nasal rinses and breath right strips to open nasal passages if you have allergies, take your medication.
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