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How to Stop Snoring with an Adjustable Bed

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jun 2, 2015 4:20:00 PM

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Stop SnoringAltering the way you sleep and the amount of support you get while sleeping can have a big impact on your overall health. Being able to change sleep positions for better support and comfort can combat numerous health concerns, as well as pain. Adjustable beds offer relief and prevention for many health problems, including snoring.

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What Causes Snoring?
Snoring occurs due to an air flow obstruction in the passages between the nose and throat. When this passage collapses and these two areas strike each other, they vibrate during breathing resulting in snoring. Health studies show that at least 45 percent of normal adults snore occasionally, and 25 percent are habitual snorers. In children, snoring may be a sign of problems with the tonsils and adenoids. Problems with snoring are typically more frequent in males and people who are overweight, and snoring usually gets worse with age.

Although snoring may seem more annoying than serious, it can have a major impact on your quality of life. Snoring disrupts sleep, which in turn disrupts day to day performance. Snoring can also disrupt your partner's sleep, forcing them into a different room, as well as other family members who sleep in close proximity.

How Does an Adjustable Bed Help with Snoring?
These beds allow you to alter your sleeping position by inclining and reclining your head and legs. Since snoring involves restricted air flow between your nose and mouth, sleeping in a flat position allows your windpipe to close up more easily. Raising the head of the bed frees up airflow so your windpipe isn't obstructed. This reduces snoring and improves overall sleep quality.

Elevating the head of the bed is especially important for people who snore due to sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a more serious condition where a person wakes up intermittently throughout the night because they stop breathing. Sleep apnea can cause severe snoring, but it can also pose a serious health risk if the person stops breathing too long. Although adjustable beds may not offer relief for all types of sleep apnea, they do have a positive effect on obstructed airways.

There are numerous types of adjustable beds on the market, so it's important to find the right one for you. For a better night's sleep, contact us at Land of Sleep for assistance and more information.

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