Simple And Easy Steps To Stop Snoring
Throat Exercises That Really Works
Exercises that help strengthen and tone the muscles in the
throat can help alleviate snoring and, in some cases, actually
get rid of it ltogether. Here are three simples way of improving
throat trength/toning throat muscles:
1) Take a pencil and hold it between the teeth for up to 5
minutes. The grip should be firm, but not painful at all.
2) Take your finger and gently press against your chin for a few
minutes (no more than 3).
3) Push your tongue against your lower row of teeth for about
These exercises should be performed just before bedtime, and no
strain should occur. It should not at all be a painful
experience! The goal is simply to retrain some of the throat
muscles that have lost their tone through a variety of factors,
including age itself. Any or all of the above exercises should
help tighten the neck muscles, and thus lead to less airway
vibration (and subsequent snoring).
Additional exercises that help tone the overall body can also
help with snoring. There are a number of factors, however, that
will determine if the fat that has gathered around the neck is
actually going to reduce; if an individual is genetically
predisposed to acquire fat in that area, it could last for quite
However, some improvement in muscle tone should lead to an
improvement in snoring; at least, perhaps, in the reduction of
noise. While this may not be the ideal solution, it can be a
step in the right direction.