6 Easy Mouth Exercises To Help Stop Your Snoring


Up till now, the best way to deal with your snoring was to find a bed partner willing to wear earplugs. But a small new study offers hope for the sighers, snorters, and whistlers among us.

Of course, first you’ll want to rule out obstructive sleep apnea. OSA occurs when the muscles of the throat relax too much and block the airways, causing a person to stop breathing during sleep, sometimes up to hundreds of times a night, leading to daytime sleepiness and an increased risk for numerous health concerns, including heart problems.

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