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Somni Snore Guard
snoring: Snoring results from a compromised airway. While a hockey mouthguard might increase the passageway and eliminate the snoring, it may be hiding a serious medical condition called sleep apnea, meaning that the body is not getting enough oxygen . Please discuss this with your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Help. I snore at night keeping my partner up. I tried vicks, sprays, mouth guards. And I do not have sleep apnia?
Snoring: Snoring is annoying and may harm your sleep and the sleep of whomever shares your bed or even people in other areas of your home. Custom fabricated oral appliances hold the lower jaw and tongue forward to create more space increasing the airway space. A specially trained dentist can help you determine if you are a good candidate for a custom made oral appliance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best way to stop snoring? Weight loss done. Smoking stopped. Alcohol stopped. Nasal strips tried. Mouth guards tried. Nothing has worked
Consider sleep study: You may want to consider undergoing a sleep study to observe how you sleep and also to take measurements to see if you have obstructive sleep apnea = a condition where your airway is more obstructed only during sleep causing the sound of snoring. If you have this condition the best treatment is a breathing machine called cpap, which helps to keep the airway open and eliminate the snoring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 main reasons: There are 4 predisposing factors for snoring: 1) being human 2) being male 3) overweight 4) nasal congestion apparently, there is nothing to be done about 1 and 2, so you need to concentrate on 3 and 4. You also need to consider the possibility that you are not dealing with simple snoring but snoring as a symptom of sleep apnea. Overall, snoring is not a laughing matter. I would take it seriously. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can there be some ways to reduce the loudness of someone snoring or completely stop their snoring?
Is it snoring or: something else? Snoring can make life stressful, but snoring can also be the first sign of sleep apnea, a much more serious health problem. Fortunately, many treatment options are available for snoring and sleep apnea. See your PCP for consultation and sleep test. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sleep on your side: If you are a mild snorer, sleeping on your side may be all you need to do. A bumper belt can help. If your snoring is more vigorous, you may have sleep apnea. You need to see your doctor who can order a sleep study. If you have sleep apnea options usually include a cpap, surgery or a special dental appliance. A dental appliance should only be provided by a dentist trained in dental sleep medicine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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