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Search for the Ultimate Snore Silencer: 5 Solutions to Help You Sleep

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Around 40% of adult men and 24% of adult women snore regularly. The odds are you or your significant other fall into this group of loud sleepers.

While you’ve promised to stay by each other’s side through thick and thin, the snoring may be testing your patience. Here at 5 snore silencer solutions that may help you get rid of snoring and sleep peacefully.

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1. CPAP Machine

First of all, you should check to make sure your snoring isn’t a result of something more serious, such as sleep apnea. This disorder can lead to potentially fatal problems, so get an exam to eliminate this as a cause of snoring.

If you do find out you have sleep apnea, you can get a CPAP machine to help you breathe at night. Not only will it get rid of your snoring, but it can also help you feel more refreshed in the morning.

2. Snoring Mouthpiece

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This anti-snore device looks similar to a retainer but has a different function. A snoring mouthpiece prevents your tongue from dropping back, which is what can cause snoring in some people.

The main purpose of this device is to keep your airways clear and to stop snoring. You might get a better quality of sleep as well. This is because there is a free flow of air and no obstructions.

3. Try Different Sleeping Positions

Do you usually sleep on your back? Then this might be what’s causing your tongue to drop back into your throat.

If you’re looking to save money and want to try some free solutions, this is definitely one you should test out first. It may take some getting used to, but try sleeping on your side instead of your back. Just shifting your sleeping position can alleviate snoring.

4. Brux Night Guard

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If you snore, then you might grind your teeth as well. As a result, you might wake up feeling like you’ve gotten no rest, plus your jaws, head, and neck might ache.

Consider getting the Brux Night Guard, which is a moldable night guard made of two materials to give you ultimate comfort. Do note that this isn’t for people with missing teeth, braces, dentures, implants, or retainers.

5. Rinse Your Nose Before Bed

Snoring can happen as a result of blocked nasal passages. If you suffer from allergies, try using something like a neti pot to clear your nasal passages before you go to sleep. You can also take a hot shower before bed, which can get you nice and calm before sleeping too.

If you don’t want to rinse your nose, then consider using nasal strips. These can help open up your nasal passages too.

Get a Snore Silencer for Good Sleep

Hopefully, now that you have some tips on the ideal snore silencer, you can get a good night’s sleep for once. Not only that, but your significant other won’t be annoyed with your snoring anymore either.

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