I have sleep apnea so I have been on a CPAP unit for years. I hate the thing. Every night I fight the mask or headgear which keeps me awake when the thing get moved when I turn in my sleep.
Never the less, I have serious sleep apnea and I must use the CPAP.
Snoring can be dangerous. If you stop breathing for short periods of time in your sleep due to snoring, you have sleep apnea. It's time to go to a sleep clinic and get checked out. Sleep apnea causes heart problems, strokes, etc., so you want to get it cured by using a CPAP or, like my son and one friend of mine, surgery.
The object of this article is to give people who do NOT have sleep apnea some help with snoring. The problem often comes not from the snorer but from his or her partner. It's true that I use to wake my self snoring. One time I was with a bunch of explorer scouts on an airbase in Wyoming sleeping in a brick-lined hallway next to the gym where the boys were sleeping. I heard what I thought I was a Tyrannosaurus Rex. It scared the heck out of me. It was just me snoring with the sound echoing down the hallway.
There are natural ways for help for snoring. Some people don't like mouth pieces or other gadgets that help but can add other problems. They want a natural way for help for snoring.
For one natural way for help for snoring check out the publication Snore-No-More Cure. It will provide you with a group of exercises that help some people to eliminate snoring and reduce the snoring of others. It has a money back guarantee so you have nothing to lose and your partner has everything to gain--like being able to sleep.
Oh, you are that partner! Well, let's do something about that snorer that keeps you awake and let's try this natural help for snoring.
CLICK HERE to Learn More and to even try one of the exercises for free.