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anyone with good tips to reduce snoring that they actually tried and had good results with? Need to fight this shit
Pingpong ball stitched into the middle spine area of a t-shirt that you sleep in.
No pillows = you won't sleep on back:
Basically you don't want to sleep on your back. You don't snore if you sleep on your side.
Very early research is indicating a correlation between snoring > sleeping on back > Alzheimers.
This is an interesting listen/watch. Talks about snoring and a whole host of other modern ailments that can be improved with posture and chewing. It's worth a listen. 21min 50 sec is when it starts dealing with sleep apnea and snoring.
Quit drinking. Worked for me.
get checked for sleep apnea because it damages your brain, causes depression, and all kinds of terrible things.
I've had a CPAP machine going on three years... I've never felt more rested, slept more consistently and for the 'recommended' length of time until I got this machine.