helpful hints in quest for quiet
Address situations that may block your sinus channel, such as allergies.
Avoid sleeping on your back-try sewing a tennis ball on the back of your pajamas. Use a good-sized pillow;
You can try the cervical pillow.
Consider losing weight.
Reduce or eliminate drinking.
If you are a smoker, try not to smoke at night.
A physical examination with your doctor will help determine if the tonsils or excess tissue at the back of the throat is an issue.
If there are no mitigation measures, please transfer the doctor to the sleep study at the hospital or sleep center.
Invasive solution: If you have your own teeth, or have a mild or no history of apnea, then a chin propulsion device can work for up to 60 snorers.
It\'s like the dentures sit on your teeth, the dentures hook together with the moving gears, keep the lower jaw forward, pull the tongue away from the back of the throat, leaving more for the breath
The cost is a big downside, about $1,200.
If the tonsils or glands are abnormally large, it can be removed.
The next option is the surgery of the uvula swallow shaping, trimming or removing the uvula and shortening the top of the mouth, and, if any, removing the tonsils.
A more extreme possibility of surgery is known as the jaw propulsion, an operation that breaks the forward movement of the lower jaw and requires connecting the lower jaw for six weeks.
Trachea incision is performed in extreme cases, usually in cases of morbid obesity.