Snoring

We all probably know someone who snores. It refers to the noise that some people make when they sleep. It can be loud and annoying as it can disturb your partner or anyone else who sleeps close to you. To help you get a more silent and peaceful night’s sleep, True Medical offers a range of treatments for snoring.

We all probably know someone who snores. It refers to the noise that some people make when they sleep. It can be loud and annoying as it can disturb your partner or anyone else who sleeps close to you. To help you get a more silent and peaceful night’s sleep, True Medical offers a range of treatments for snoring.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Snoring? 

Snoring is a condition a lot of people suffer from and refers to the loud noise that some people make when they sleep. This occurs when the air that gets in causes vibrations on the tissue at the back of the throat. About half of all the people snore at some point in their lives. It is more prevalent in men compared to women. It also becomes more common as you get older. 

Although snoring is not worrisome and not even noticeable by the person snoring, it can be a pain for your partner or anyone sleeping near you. They will experience interrupted sleep because of the noise from the snoring.

What causes Snoring? 

The noise generated by snoring is caused by the vibration of the mouth, tongue, throat or airways from breathing. There can be varying reasons behind this but snoring is likely to happen when you lie on your back. Overweight individuals and pregnant women are more likely to snore because of the extra tissue in their throats making more noise from the vibrations.

Alcohol, smoking and certain medicines raise the likelihood of snoring because they contain ingredients that relax the muscles in the tongue and throat. This is also why snoring becomes more common as you age due to your muscles getting loose.

Some people may snore occasionally instead of every time they sleep. This is usually due to congestion. If you have a cold or are suffering from allergies, the difficulty of breathing through the nose can cause you to snore. This is why people with nasal deformities like deviated septum also tend to snore and can be a long-term case.

If you constantly snore heavily you may be suffering from a sleep disorder called sleep apnea. Other risk factors or underlying health issues can also cause heavy snoring, therefore, you should see your doctor if you are concerned about it.

What is the treatment for snoring? 

At True Medical, we have a range of different treatments that will aid in getting a quiet night’s sleep and help in preventing snoring. Because they are over-the-counter, you will not need a prescription or online consultation for your order. Thus, the medication can help you manage your condition quickly and easily.

Various types of snoring solutions are available and are tailored based on the cause of your snoring. If your tongue is partially blocking the back of your throat, then you can use devices that will help bring your tongue forward. If your mouth falls open as you sleep, then you can wear a chin strap to help keep your mouth closed. For blocked or narrow nasal passages, you may use strips or devices that help open the nose and make you breathe more easily and quietly during your sleep.

You can also consider the lifestyle aspects to help you manage your snoring. This includes losing weight, if you are overweight, and avoiding the sleeping on your back position as you sleep. You can try to use a special pillow that will keep you on your side. Consider minimising your use of alcohol, sleeping pills and cigarettes to achieve a night of better and quieter sleep.