Sleeping on your back will increase the risk of you snoring because your tongue will naturally fall-back into your throat. This creates a narrowing of the airway and may lead to breathing abnormalities.
Conditions that lead to obstruction of the nasal passages
If you suffer from rhinitis, sinusitis, polyps or any other medical condition affecting the nasal passages, it may increase the risk of you snoring. Nasal blockages that restrict airflow due to inflammation could force you to breathe through your mouth which can lead to snoring.
What can you do?
- If you snore whilst sleeping on your back, try sleeping in a different sleeping position, such as on your side, to help avoid this.
- If you have a pre-existing medical condition please consult your doctor before using Snoreeze products.
Here's a range of products that could help...
Snoreeze has a range of products that both tone and lubricate the soft tissue in the throat to help provide effective snoring relief.
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