How To Stop Snoring

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First, let's talk about why you should find a solution to stop snoring. Regardless of why someone snores, the effect is often the same: your quality of sleep is compromised. To make matters worse, any sleep partners or roommates nearby may be suffering from your snoring as well. Prolonged lack of adequate sleep from snoring can lead to numerous issues, ranging from health problems to slower response time; it can even lead to lapses in judgement. It can lead to long term problems with depression, impact your ability to do your job properly and cause minor stress to spiral out of control. Sleep is your body’s chance to reset and replenish, allowing both your physical and mental aspects to rest and prepare for the next day.

There are many stop snoring devices in Australia, so it is important to do your research and find the solution that is right for you. Products that address the primary causes of snoring are a good place to start, such as those focused on keeping your airway open and ensuring you maintain an ideal sleeping environment. Your health is also a key contributor to preventing snoring, so make sure that you are taking the right steps to stay fit, active and healthy. HomeMed is your one-stop-shop for all your snoring treatments, with a great range of products to treat the symptoms and provide relief to you and your bed partner.

How To Stop Snoring Naturally

Before diving into anti-snoring devices or snoring surgery options, consider some of the natural ways to avoid snoring. For some snorers, simple lifestyle changes and sleeping habit adjustments can help control snoring. Some other ways to treat snoring naturally may include losing weight, avoiding alcohol and sleeping on your back. Natural remedies include essential oils, like peppermint, that help clear airways by reducing inflammation. Learn more about how to stop snoring naturally.

How To Stop Snoring With Surgery

For those who have more severe cases, snoring surgery may be considered as an option. As it is a more invasive approach, it should typically be considered as a last resort. Snoring surgery physically alters a person’s nasal passage to facilitate breathing and reduce or stop snoring. Snoring surgery can be done to address a number of issues, including correcting a deviated septum or removing nasal polyps. Surgical techniques performed on snorers include radio frequency energy, uvulectomy, and even palate implants. While snoring surgery can be an effective means to treat snoring, it is not a guaranteed approach, and it is not uncommon to still require some sort of stop snoring device following surgery.

How To Stop Snoring with Devices

There are many devices on the market to help you quit snoring - some more effective than others. Anti-snoring devices range from mouthpieces, pillows, rings, sprays and CPAP machines. In such a saturated market, it can be a daunting task to sift through all of the devices and determine which snoring aid will work for you. Learn more about how to stop snoring with popular anti-snoring devices. 

Here at HomeMed, we offer two snoring devices: Theravent and Night Shift. Theravent is a clinically-proven EPAP snoring aid. It harnesses the power of your own breath to keep your throat open and suppress the vibrations associated with snoring. Night Shift is a device that helps you stop storing by encouraging you to sleep on your side.

We also have Provent Therapy products, an easy to apply alternative to CPAP machines and one that is suitable for almost everyone. If you don’t have the space or can’t use a larger system for another reason, Provent or Theravent might be the non-intrusive answer you are looking for to provide relief for your sleep problems.

Discover more about our products by getting in touch

HomeMed specialises in helping people get the best night’s sleep possible. Our products are the result of many years of research, development and testing, ensuring that you can rely on their quality and effectiveness. The team at HomeMed is dedicated to providing people with all the information they need to make an informed purchasing decision, enabling more people to get the help they need to alleviate sleep apnoea and snoring.

To speak with one of our helpful and friendly team, pick up the phone and call us on 1300 76 72 79. You can also use our online contact form to leave your details and we will get back to you as soon as we can.