If you snore you've probably seen and heard about plenty of stop snoring aids that claim to work wonders. However, many are either totally false claims or only work for some snorers. Finding a product that works for you can seem difficult. Read on to learn what the best bets are when it comes to snoring related products.
Before you can find a viable cure you need to understand what may be causing your snoring. If you snore because you smoke buying a product that forces you to sleep on your side isn't really going to solve the problem of why you snore. There are many products available, but finding one that suits your specific needs is the only way you can find one that works.
One popular option is a throat spray. Most throat sprays work by helping to lubricate the throat which can prevent your breath from catching. Most of these sprays contain vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6, almond oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, and peppermint oil. A throat spray is often a good starting point since they are typically inexpensive and safe to use.
A special pillow may be another viable option. These pillows are made of visco-elastic memory foam and special fibers which position your head in such a way that your airway remains open and free from obstruction. These can get a little pricy, but even if they don't prevent your snoring they can give you a better and more comfortable night's rest.
Nasal strips have also seen popularity recently. They works by forcing the nasal passages open wider to prevent obstruction. They are a good option since they are relatively inexpensive and do have a fairly high success rate.
If you only snore while lying on your back you may want to try one of several devices designed to force you to sleep on your side. Some of the cruder devices include simply sewing a tennis ball into the back of your night shirt to prevent you from sleeping on your back. Other devices include one which emits a beep when you roll onto your back, thus conditioning the user to always sleep on their side.
Finding a snoring solution that works for you can take some time. Speak to your doctor and find out the source of your snoring. This should better help you find the solution that is right for you.
Thomas Wilson writes about how to stop snoring and other related topics for the SnoringRelated.com website. Read more and sign up for our free newsletter at http://www.snoringrelated.com .