Do you (or does your partner) snore? Sleeping beside someone who snores can be annoying and frustrating, to say the least. The quality of your sleep is seriously compromised when sleeping beside someone with a snoring problem. Everyone knows the benefits of a good night sleep. While many people think that snoring is uncontrollable, that’s simply not the case. There are many things you can do to help reduce snoring.
If you’re looking to curb the nighttime noise in your home, consider these tried and tested methods:
1. Avoid Alcohol
Drinking alcohol before bedtime relaxes the muscles in your face and throat. The relaxation interferes with breathing and makes you go into a deeper sleep. Once you’re in a deep sleep, you’re more likely to snore. If you really enjoy a glass of wine or a beer before bed, try consuming it at least an hour before you hit the hay.