Our airways can become constricted for several reasons. Typically, this happens when we sleep at an awkward position, causing the soft tissue and muscles to close the airway up.
This causes vibrations in the throat tissue as we breathe through our airway, creating a loud noise that we call snoring.
What causes snoring?
Snoring happens when your throat or airways become constricted.
You are more likely to snore if you exhibit any of these risk factors:
If you are snoring due to being overweight or another medical condition, get in contact with your general practitioner for more advice on how to combat your snoring.
There are anti-snoring mouthguards and mouthpieces available in the market to help you curb your snoring issues, such as the Silensor SL.
If you are interested in getting an anti-snoring mouthpiece to manage your snoring problems, please book a consultation with us on 01733 551 534.
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