5 Tips to Avoid Snoring
Snoring may seem like a harmless annoyance, but for many, it is a nightly song that disrupts their sleep and the sleep of their loved ones. So, what exactly causes snoring, and what can we do to help ourselves and those around us get a quieter, more restful night’s sleep? Dr. Aaron Workman of Chambers Medical Group, one of the highest rated auto injury medical teams in Lexington, looks into snoring and goes over some tips to help ourselves and others.
Why Do We Snore?
To understand snoring, we first need to know how our breathing works during sleep. When we sleep, our throat muscles relax. For some, this relaxation narrows the airway, creating resistance to the flow of air. As we breathe in and out, the air encounters this resistance, leading to the vibration of the surrounding tissues. It is not like the “Good Vibrations” song as these vibrations produce the familiar sound we call snoring.
Several factors contribute to snoring:
Now that we understand why snoring occurs, here are 5 things you can do to reduce or maybe eliminate your snoring:
Snoring can be a nightly nuisance, but understanding its causes and taking proactive steps to address them can lead to quieter, more restful nights. If snoring persists despite your efforts, consult a healthcare professional to rule out any underlying issues and ensure your sleep quality remains at its best.
— This article is written by Aaron Workman, DC, one of the members of Chambers Medical Group’s team of car accident chiropractors who offer a variety of treatments and therapies ranging from diagnostic testing to various soft tissue therapies for car accidents and injuries in Kentucky.
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