Snoring is a hard annoyance to prevent. The only time you do it is when you’re too unconscious to realise it. This chart can help diagnose snoring problems, as well as offer a few creative solutions (without a doctor visit).
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As the graphic below indicates, snoring can be caused by a variety of factors. Blocked nasal passages, mouth breathing and other factors can contribute to a snoring effect. The chart provides a simple test you can perform while awake to figure out what kind of snorer you might be. It then offers a few solutions for each.
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