How to Sleep With a Snorer

Sleeping with a snorer is not that hard if you follow a few hints.

First try to get to sleep first. It is hard to sleep if the other person is already asleep snoring. Usually one can sleep with a snoring person if they are already asleep.

 

Try to lighten up. Enjoy that they are having a great sleep and try to join them. Self hypnosis helps. Try to count each snore backwards starting from 300. You might also try to time your breathing with the snore breathing in with the sound. With each sound you allow yourself to get more relaxed more comfortable. Using the snore as a tool to help you relax.


Wear earplugs. Ear plugs might help some light music and almost anything that would normally help you sleep. Try not to blame the snorer as the reason you cannot sleep. It probably is not the main reason. You no doubt have trouble getting to sleep anyway since many people have insomnia who do not sleep with snoring people. You might test this once in a while by sleeping in another room for a bit like falling asleep on the couch then moving back into the bedroom later in the evening when you are truly sleepy.

Try to shift your mindset and hear the snore as a comforting sound a natural sound and easing sound. The old saying was it kept the bears away at night.

 

Surprising tricks to help you stop snoring

 

RINSE AWAY

Instead of rinsing your mouth with traditional mouthwash, try an anti-snoring throat rinse. They help to tighten and lubricate the muscles in the back of the throat - reducing your chances of snoring...not only will your sleep be sounder, but you'll also have minty-fresh breath.

 

DO SOME TONGUE AEROBICS

Research shows that doing certain facial and tongue exercises every day can reduce your chances of snoring and suffering from snoring. How to do tongue aerobics: Stick your tongue out and try and touch your chin. Then, extend your tongue upwards and attempt to reach your nose. And repeat! 

 

DEVELOP A SLEEP

Put on some ambient music, and instead of incandescent lights, light several candles in your living room and in your bedroom. Practice breathing exercises (see below) or meditation, focusing on relaxing your body.


DEEP BREATHING

Clear your mind. Close your eyes and imagine all those problems that you keep in your mind everyday fading out with each breath. Try to maintain this for 10 minutes every night before going to sleep.

 

DEEP BREATHING

Clear your mind. Close your eyes and imagine all those problems that you keep in your mind everyday fading out with each breath. Try to maintain this for 10 minutes every night before going to sleep.

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