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Does a Verified Snoring Cure Really Exist?

Many people fruitlessly spend their lifetime searching for a snoring cure. This is mainly because there isn't actually a true cure for snoring, but nonetheless, there are certain steps you can take to help reduce its dreaded symptoms.



Some people think that maybe surgery is the only option available for a snoring cure, but even surgeries cannot cure snoring, they normally merely lessen the snoring and often come with many risks and a very high cost.

Still, while there is no snoring cure, there are a number of different snoring home remedies that you can use to help lessen or possible even alleviate the problem, although not for good. Most remedies, include anti-snoring devices require constant use, which is why they cannot necessarily be considered a cure. Below you will find some of the most popular “snoring cures” available on the market.

Herbal Snoring Supplements

Taking herbal supplements can help you to sleep better and more soundly, which will lessen the amount you snore. Many of the supplements are proprietary blends of different herbs such as valerian, chamomile, and melatonin, all of which might help you to fall asleep faster and make you sleep deeper.

snoring cureOne of the best herbal snoring supplements on the market right now is Sound Sleep which is part of the Bell Sound Sleep Capsules range. Sound Sleep contains a combination of valerian root, chamomile flower, melatonin, skullcap, and passion flower, which will provide you with a sounds night’s sleep while reducing snoring and even symptoms associated with mild to moderate sleep apnea. 

Bell recommends taking four capsules about an hour before you plan to go to sleep, and then after a week or two the dosage can be reduced to only 2 or 3 pills a night. The best thing about Bell’s products is that they come with a money back guarantee, so you can receive a full refund if the product does not work for you. 

The only downside to this particular product is that it is slightly expensive, as a month’s supply will cost around $50, but still many people find this more than worth it, as you cannot put a price on good sleep.

If you don’t want to take pills to help with your snoring, then there are also many sprays for snoring that can also be used to help you and your partner to relax at night. One of the most useful of this type of anti-snoring products is Y-Snore Antisnoring Nasal Spray

snoring cureThese drops should be put directly into the nose right before going to sleep, and they will usually provide between six and eight hours of snore free sleep before they begin to wear off. The only complaint about this particular product is that the drops burn the nose and the throat for ten seconds or so after use, but most people find this an acceptable problem to deal with if they no longer snore. 

Also, even despite the burn, these drops are all-natural and homeopathic so you should have no problems with side effects. Overall, this is quite an effective product, and at less than $3 for a liquid ounce, is also one of the cheaper “snoring cures” on the market.

Anti Snoring Devices

If you don’t want to use the herbal supplements to help cure your snoring, or have tried them with little to no luck, then there are also different anti-snoring devices that can be used as well. These anti-snoring devices fall into a number of different categories including mouthpieces, chin straps, nasal plugs/ clips, specially designed pillows, and others. Each device is designed to treat a particular cause of snoring such as nasal blockages, throat blockages, and even mild to moderate sleep apnea

snoring cureFor people with only mild snoring problems, one of the simplest and least obtrusive devices on the market is Breathe Right Nasal Strips. These strips are placed across the bridge of the nose and help to open up the nasal passages and allow the person to breathe easier which should lessen snoring that emanates from the nose. 

This is often the first product that people try, due to the aforementioned comfort issue and also because they are quite cheap and can be found in most pharmacies and supermarkets. If you snore through your nose, then this is a good place to start to try and cure your snoring issues. 

If your snoring problems are only present when you sleep on your back, then a snoring pillow might just be the perfect solution for you. The majority of these pillows make it quite uncomfortable for a person to sleep on their back, which forces them to sleep on their side and thus to stop snoring. 

While there are many different pillows out there that claim to stop snoring, one of the best that we have come across is the Contour European Anti Snore Pillow, which contains an inflatable chamber that promotes side sleeping. 

snoring cure10At a price of almost $100, this pillow is more expensive than many others on the market; however it is one of the only ones that allow you to adjust the pillow to ensure that you still receive a comfortable night’s sleep, while also lessening snoring by forcing you to sleep on your side. 

This pillow also comes with a specially designed, quilted cover that can be removed and easily cleaned, unlike many other pillows which do not have covers and therefore have to be specially cleaned every few weeks. 

It may take a few days to get the pillow perfectly adjusted so it is completely comfortable, however, this is still the most comfortable anti-snoring pillow you will find and comes very highly recommended. 

If your snoring problems only exist when sleeping on your back, then this pillow may be the perfect snoring cure for you.

 

If none of these products works for you, then feel free to browse our other pages and look at the other snoring remedies and anti snoring devices we have reviewed.

 


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