Snoring can cause more problems than you might think. For one, it can cause problems in the bedroom with your partner. That is because they can’t get a good night’s sleep when they are sleeping next to the sound of trains. We understand this is often difficult to deal with, but what can you do to stop your snoring? There are several things you can do to stop snoring. We have compiled four different ways you can reduce or stop snoring and make your bed partner happier. 

Try to lose weight

While not everyone with a snoring problem is overweight, obesity has been linked to snoring problems and sleep disorders like obstructive sleep apnea. Eating healthier and exercising regularly can help you slim down so you not only have more energy during the day, but sleep better at night.

Change your sleep position

Switching your sleep position from lying on your back to sleeping on your side might also help keep your airways clearer.

Watch your alcohol consumption

A link has also been found between snoring and your alcohol intake. Try having your last drink a couple of hours before you are going to hit the sack so you can have a more restful night.

Use oral appliances

Did you know that dental issues can contribute to your snoring? Sometimes the positioning of your jaw while you sleep may block your upper airway. In these cases, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine recommends the use of an oral appliance similar to a retainer or mouth guard to support better jaw alignment while sleeping.

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is typically prescribed for men and women diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea. And in some situations, your doctor may advise surgical treatment like the removal of your tonsils and adenoids.

Schedule an appointment with your physician for a complete health checkup to eliminate any serious health conditions and get suggestions for a better night’s sleep.