Inclined Bed Therapy discovered in 2006 is incredible. Stops snoring the very first night because of the way blood is circulated, separating toxins, sugar, and salt from water, keeps you from having to get up and use the bathroom multiple times, it's also a natural traction for your back, working for us great so far. Really did stop snoring for both of us the very first night with only a 4" incline at the head of the bed, using wooden blocks from the hardware store. Also helps prevent stuffy nose and respiratory issues due to pproviding more moisture to clean the lungs during the night. I'm amazed I had to really dig to find this information and happy I had open mind enough to try it. Life changing.
I used bed risers to elevate the head of the bed six inches. I am still not used to the feeling of having the bed elevated and it feels weird like I am going to slide off the bed. I tried this to alleviate snoring and possibly sleep apnea. Hopefully, I will get used to the elevated bed because it seems to work for other people. I will try this for a couple weeks and then try going flat again and see if there is much of a difference.
(Perth, Western Australia, Australia)
Mom is 87, snored like a buzz saw all our lives, shook the farthest window glass in our home. Since living in senior care, she has taken to asking I buy Linden Tea for her. It is regularly at dollar stores, drug stores, any store really, with all the other tea bags. Couldn't believe, as she briefly slept to nap during my last longer visit, no snoring. None. On the teabag box below the words Linden Tea are in small words Eucalyptus Tea. Wow. Family tree is shocked!
If you sniff pure Eucalyptus oil once or twice right before going to bed, it should cure your snoring. Don't inhale to much, make sure you slowly sniff it so it smoothly goes through your nose. You may also want to put a small amount (dilute with water) between your eyebrows so when you go to sleep, you still can smell a little bit of it.
Also I hear that if you drink lots of water, this will prevent it as well as it's been said that people may snore if they are not hydrated enough.
I hope this helps!
(Richardson, Texs, Usa)
I just want to let all of you snoring folks out there know that I after using the hydrogen peroxide inhalation technique 3 to 4 time a day that I no longer snore. This is what my wife says anyway since I have never heard myself snore. Thanks Earth Clinic.
EC: Read more about the H202 Inhalation Method here: https://www.earthclinic.com/remedies/hydrogen_peroxide_inhalation.html
I have tried the Hydrogen Peroxide in a nasal spray bottle. It does work, but not all the time. I alternate now with the HP and Vicks vapor rub. I boil a cup of water, then add a teaspoon of Vicks and stir. I breath it in deeply for about 5-10 minutes prior to going to sleep. I have had a report of little or no snoring sine I started this.
I have been using Nasonex (a prescription nasal spray) for the past ten years or so based on the recommendation of a family doctor) to alleviate my snoring. After viewing a recent E-mail that listed the many benefits of 3% hydrogen peroxide, I filled an empty Nasonex pump and have given myself the H2O2 for the past 3 nights. My wife reports no snoring. Short test but promising?
Cure for snoring. 1 lemon squeezed in water and drink afternoon to bedtime and I never snore anymore. Hope it works for you too!
I would like to tell everyone about a remedy not listed on this site...Mangosteen juice! I bought the juice for its super-antioxidant properties, but I found a very happy unknown (to me) cure. My boyfriend and daughter snore terribly, and the first night we all tried the juice, they both stopped snoring. Not only that, but they both breathed through their noses all night! All it takes is 1/3 cup of juice 2 hours before bedtime. The juice has strong anti-inflammatory properties which may be what stops the snoring.
(Manhattan, New York)
I used a SnoreMeds snoring mouthpiece to treat my snoring and sleep apnea symptoms. It moved my lower jaw forward while sleeping and therefore the back of my tongue and other soft tissues no longer blocks my airway and I am able to sleep peacefully and wake up feeling refreshed. You should be treated by a doctor if you think you have sleep apnea.
Hello, for Snoring, I suffered many years from this, and tried many solutions from the internet, and self-help books. Tried facial devices that are worn on the face to hold the jaw closed during sleep. I also tried the method of placing a tennis ball in the back of a T-shirt, and sleeping on my side. The tennis ball prevents you from sleeping on your back (which allows snoring). The best solution that worked for many years now is: Simply apply some standard yellow 2.0 inch wide masking tape to the mouth, at bedtime (kiss your wife before please....). The tape length should be enough, about 8.0 inches long, to hold the ends tightly on your cheeks. Result: You will not snore because snoring requires an open mouth. Good Luck. Lowest cost snoring solution ever invented.
(Alamogordo, New Mexico)
(Conklin, Alberta, Canada)
I'm an acupuncturist studying to be a naturopthy.
My slim husband is pretty robust and not very interested in health. He's slim and fit, eats crap, drinks a fair amount and when he started smoking again he started snoring heavily waking me about 9 times a night where i'd have to push him onto his side.
So he's not good at sitting still for the acupuncture, so I did three things. Bought one of those spray's full of essential oils (from boots) for your throat. Massaged the pads of his thumbs (thenar eminance) a few mins each, very basic up and down rubs anyone can do.
And lastly made my own cheapie acupuressure thing. In boots the ring is 50 bucks or something crazy
Just get any bandage, put a few grains of rice on it and stick it at the base of the inner baby finger (just above where it joins the finger). that's it.
No snoring. Tedious a little though as somehow I have to do the little hand rub thing every night and not him. Even thought it's simple. Bah
But I shouldn't complain he's fab in every other way! :)