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Why Does My Husband Snore All If A Sudden
Several thoughts: Several thoughts, recent weight gain, worsening nasal obstruction, recent cold or flu. Snoring occurs when something between the lips/nostrils and the windpipe interferes with air flow. If your husband never snored before and is now that something should be evaluated. He can try a breathe-right strip and see if it helps. If it does it probably is his nose. An ENT doctor can easily evaluate him. ...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
Recent snoring: If your husband has never snored or snored "lightly" and is now constantly snoring or it has suddenly gotten worse... I would get this checked asap. Sudden onset or recent snoring is not normal. Snoring usually progresses over time. The one exception would be an increase in snoring with allergies/cold/ or sinus infection. If there are otherwise no nasal symptoms... Get this checked by a lcoal ent. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several ways: Change his body position from lying on his back, to his side, and to his stomach; to decrease risk of loss of muscle tone tell him to avoid alcohol, muscle relaxants, sleeping pills prior to bedtime; to improve his nasal breathing have him use breathe right strips, oral decongestants, and otc nasal decongestants (use for 5 days max). He should then see an ENT specialist for a full evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do I stop my husband from intense snoring? It is when he snorts abruptly that is most annoying.
Snoring treatment: When you say "other" i don't know what has already been tried so: weight loss avoiding sleeping on back see ENT to check for obstructions- tonsils, adenoids, deviated septum etc. Have a dentist custom make a device that holds the lower jaw forward to open the airway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different methods : Snoring has a many causes, so determing what the cause is would be the first step. It is important to determine whether he has accompanying sleep apnea. Depending on the cause there are treatments that range from, reducing the soft palate tissue (surgucally/with laser), a CPAP device, or even a dental mouth piece that can reposition the jaw. Nasal breathing strips may help allow better airflow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Snoring: Several possibilities: some people only snore if they sleep on their back, so try avoiding that. Losing weight. See an ear nose & throat specialist to evaluate your tonsils, adenoids and sinus wear a custom made dental device that holds your jaw forward while you sleep thereby increasing the airway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I help my husband he snores terribly is there a formula that does not require medication?
Non medical tx: There are alternatives to medical treatment of snoring. You can try having your husband sleep on his side or stomach. This may decrease his snoring. Make sure he doesn't have any alcohol or take any sleep medicine prior to bed. While these can help you fall asleep, it relaxes your airway too much and causes snoring. Breathe-right strips help decrease nasal congestion and subsequently snoring. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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