According to statistics, 50% of men after 30 years of age have snoring. Approximately the same percentage of women are affected by this phenomenon from the age of 50. The main reason for its appearance is the weakening of the muscle tissue of the larynx and nasopharynx. Due to its sagging, air passes with difficulty, the breathing process is disrupted and a loud, unpleasant sound occurs. Snoring affects both the person himself, who lacks oxygen during sleep, and his loved ones, who are unable to sleep normally next to him. Currently, there are several ways to get rid of this ailment. The most common ones are:
Very often, being overweight can contribute to snoring. Excessive adipose tissue puts pressure on the tissues of the nasopharynx, interfering with normal air circulation. Even people with a slight excess of fat are at risk of snoring. Therefore, experts recommend eating a balanced diet, trying not to avoid exercise, and taking regular walks in the fresh air.
Many clinics now offer special procedures that create additional air pressure, thanks to which the breathing process is significantly improved. Usually these are special masks that are recommended to be worn every night. Also, doctors may suggest using mouth guards during sleep, which do not allow the jaws to move, which ensures the normal passage of air to the respiratory tract.
Swelling caused by allergies or various infections can also trigger snoring. In this case, it is recommended to use anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic drugs.
In the vast majority of cases, it is necessary to strengthen the weakened muscles that block the airways.This can be done with the help of products made from natural, herbal ingredients that increase the tone of the muscles of the nasopharynx. However, the most effective remedy will be one that will have a complex beneficial effect on the tissues. These are oral preparations, sprays and aerosols that not only strengthen muscles, but also reduce inflammation and improve blood circulation throughout the body.
- means that relieve wards and make breathing easier;
- using a palatal and nasopharyngeal tissue support apparatus;
- mouth guards, clips, palatine implants;
- increasing muscle tone with folk remedies;
- prescribing a special diet.