Snoring Causes

Snoring is caused by the upper airway (muscles) relaxing, becoming partially closed while you sleep (no snoring while awake). As air attempts to squeeze through the narrow passage, your throat and nasal tissues vibrate, sometimes loudly. That’s a snore!

Stop Snoring

Before you go take a sleep study or simply give up altogether on feeling well-rested, you can learn how to stop snoring naturally with a few techniques. You can use snoring aids or anti-snoring devices that’ll keep you dreaming the night away!

Snoring Solutions

Are you the occasional alcohol-induced snorer or are you a constant every-night snorer? Does your partner keep you awake at night? We have tips to help you or your partner stop snoring.

Snoring Devices

Millions of people have sleep problems including the dreadful snoring. There is a multitude of options when it comes to anti-snoring devices on the market today. But which one is right for you? Let’s take a look at some anti-snoring devices so you can make the right decision.

Baby Snoring

Newborns snore because they have underdeveloped nasal passages. Baby snoring doesn’t often indicate a serious problem, but it does sound pretty unexpected for the first-time parent of a brand new snorer.

Dog/Cat Snoring

Have you heard loud noises coming from your dog or cat while they sleep? Sounds that sound like snoring? Let’s take a look at a couple of things you can do and how to stop a dog or cat from snoring.