How Adjustable Beds Help You Stop Snoring

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Some people find snoring amusing, eliciting a few chuckles and laughs when they hear snoring or when they talk about it.  Others find it irritating, especially if they have to share their room or their bed with somebody who snores.  Yet others mistakenly find snoring reassuring, taking it as a sign of restful sleep.

But do you know that snoring may present a more serious problem for the person doing it?
The good news is that you can help stop snoring by getting an adjustable bed.  To understand how this works, you would need to learn what snoring is, what causes it and, more importantly, how to stop it.
Adjustable beds from Craftmatic can reduce snoring, and make sleeping next to someone better.
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What is snoring?
Snoring is just like any other sound we hear.  It is caused by turbulent airflow causing vibrations in the nasal tissues and tissues in the throat.
Snoring is actually very common.  Simply put, almost everyone snores.  However, estimates say that around 30% of women and 45% of men snore.
Some people think that snoring only happens in men who have thick necks.  That is a myth, as women and those who are thin snore too.

What can stop you from snoring?
Believe it or not, a change in your sleeping position could reduce snoring. Sleeping in an upright position may reduce or ease light or occasional snoring.

When you sleep, you lie down on your back.  This causes gravity to pull on your pharynx, tonsils, tongue and palate.  This causes your airway to be narrowed down to cause snoring.
Just by propping your head slightly higher than the rest of your body, you can change the direction of gravity so that it does not pull your tongue, palate, pharynx and tonsils in such a way that your airway is obstructed.

The benefits of using an adjustable bed to stop snoring.
If you suffer from snoring, then you might find some relief from getting an adjustable bed.  You can easily raise the head of the bed at the touch of a button. Sleeping in an upright position may reduce light or occasional snoring. This means that you no longer have to use a lot of pillows to prop you up when sleeping.  Besides, this could hurt your back in the process.

Having an adjustable bed, you can raise the head of the bed so that you do not sleep completely lying down.  This will easily shift the gravity.

You would find that an adjustable bed can help relieve light or occasional snoring.  It can also help offer you a better quality of sleep, making you feel infinitely better each and every morning.
Can you imagine what happens when you stop snoring?  You'll enjoy a better nights sleep.  You get more energy the morning after and you lead a healthier life.  Additionally, your spouse would no longer resent you for robbing him or her of a good night’s sleep.   Instead of waking you up when you snore, your bedmate could have all the rest that he or she needs!

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George Glass
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George Glass is a “sleep expert,” at Craftmatic Adjustable Beds®, specializing in mattresses and adjustable beds. He is dedicated to helping others find a better night’s sleep, and frequently writes about healthy sleeping.

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