Cold, allergies or blocked nose
Difficulty breathing through your nose as a result of colds, allergies or a blocked nose can make you more likely to snore.
Nasal irritation often increases at night when snoring is most likely to be a problem. Nasal congestion may force you to breathe through your mouth which can lead to snoring.
Reducing your risk of allergies is a simple way to help prevent the obstruction of nasal passages.
What can you do?
- Try to control dust mites by keeping surfaces in your home clean by vacuuming carpets, washing bed sheets and dusting frequently.
- Keep your pets off living room furniture and beds as this can aggravate pet allergies.
- If you suffer from hay fever, try to wash your clothes regularly and keep your windows closed to reduce the possibility of bringing allergens into the home.
- If you frequently suffer from nasal congestion because of a cold or flu, try to eat a healthy, balanced diet and drink plenty of fluids to boost your immune system.
Here's a range of products that could help...
Snoreeze has a range of products that alleviate nasal congestion to help provide effective snoring relief for those who snore because of allergies or a blocked nose.
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