What causes snoring

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What causes snoring and sleep apnea

 

Let us start showing a picture of the mouth, nose and throat with the tongue blocking the airway

 

 

Most snoring occurs when we sleep on our back. Sleeping on your stomach or on your side allows your jaw to fall forward so that you can breathe normally through your nose. The air would pass straight over the soft palate and down the throat into the lungs, unless the nose is blocked. In almost 80% of all cases of snoring the entrance of the nose is the cause of snoring and an anti snoring device that keeps the nose entrance open is the most efficient. Let us explain.

 

During sleep, all our muscles relax, including the muscles of our nose, mouth and throat. During the years the strength of our nose muscles (muscle-tone) reduces and they are no longer able to keep the entrance of the nose (the nostrils) sufficiently open during sleep. As the lungs continue to ask for air and because the nose entrance is narrow and blocked, an under pressure builds up in the airways of nose and throat. This narrows the airways and to sag inwards narrowing them . We start to lack air and consequently turn on our back to breathe through our mouth to get more air. But in that position, on our back, the tongue and soft palet/uvula fall back into the throat and block the air way at the back of our throat even further. The air accelerates and becomes more torbulant slipping through the small air passage that is left, making the soft tissue at the back of our throat vibrate. This makes a sound called snoring. A complete complicated procedure, which starts with a blocked nose entrance. It now becomes clear why the best way to fight snoring is to use an anti snoring device to keep the nose entrance open to allow as much air as possible. In 80% of all cases of snoring the nose entrance is the cause. This has to be remembered when starting to find ways to solve the problem of snoring. In addition, there can be complications in the nose, throat and mouth which can aggravate the situation, such as polyps in the nose, a particularly large soft palate, a large tongue or uvula, inflated tonsils, etc. All those can be diagnosed by a specialist in a later phase but you can start with the simplest , that is to use an anti snoring device that keeps the nose entrance open which in most cases will avoid that you turn on your back during sleep because you lack air and so snoring will stop.

 

 

"No Snoring More Air"

 

Probably the best device to keep the nose entrance open is a product , called ”No Snoring More Air”,developed by a group of ENT specialists in Germany . It has been tested in their practice for years and was introduced in Germany in 2000. In the years that followed introduction took place in other countries in Europe and in the USA.

 

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