Friday, August 23, 2013

Bad singing or bad snoring?

Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea can result from weak muscles in the soft palate and upper throat – but a recent trial in the UK has found that singing exercises, which strengthen certain throat muscles, can help to alleviate the symptoms!
The results showed that daily singing exercises reduced the severity, frequency and loudness of snoring, and improved sleep quality. Of course these exercises would have to be accompanied by lifestyle changes like losing weight to give the most effective results. But this is good news for snorers – opening up a “whole new avenue” of possible treatments that don’t involve surgery.

Its up to you now to decide what’s worse the snoring or the singing! Check out our Earplugs here at The Snoozery to help you out either way!

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