Stop Snoring Exercises

Stop Snoring Exercises

Stop Snoring Exercises There are several reasons why a person snores. The number one reason is weak throat or jaw muscles. There are some specialized stop snoring exercises that can help you or your partners snoring problem.

Like other muscles in your body your throat and jaw muscles become weak throughout the years. Giving your jaw and throat muscles a work out will get them back into shape, as well as keep them in shape for years to come.

These exercises to stop snoring are similar to the throat workouts of an opera singer. Using these stop snoring exercises you can get your jaw and throat muscles in shape making them stronger so you stop snoring. You and your partner should notice a difference within a couple of weeks time.

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Exercising your throat and jaw muscles just 30 minutes a day will greatly reduce your snoring. These exercises are not hard and you will not even have to find extra time to do them. Once you learn how to do them you can do them while you are driving or even while watching TV.

Sample Stop Snoring Exercises

Exercise To Stop Snoring

Exercises To Stop Snoring


Simply close your mouth and act like you are chewing gum. Chew like this for a minute or so at a time.

To do the exercise right make sure your molars on both sides move apart a little, and then touch lightly again. Also notice that your lips are supposed to be closed the whole time.

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I found some information from the Mayo Clinic about using throat exercises to stop snoring.

By Mayo Clinic staff

Therapies that might help ease your snoring include:

  • Didgeridoo. Playing the didgeridoo, a musical instrument that produces a droning sound, may help train muscles of the upper airway. A February 2006 British Medical Journal study evaluated use of the instrument by those with sleep apnea who complained about snoring. The research showed that those who played the instrument for about 25 minutes a day most days of the week experienced less daytime sleepiness — a complication of sleep apnea and snoring . However, this research is preliminary and needs more study.


  • Singing. Singing can help improve muscle control of the soft palate and upper throat. One preliminary study found some decrease in snoring in participants who sang prescribed singing exercises for 20 minutes a day for three months. These participants all began snoring as adults, had no nasal problems and were not overweight. More study of this technique is needed.

The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine scientists agree that throat exercises done 30 minutes daily will reduce your snoring as the upper airway muscle function plays a major role in the maintenance of the upper airway and contributes to snoring and sleep apnea.

Both the Mayo Clinic and The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine scientists say that throat exercises will help you and your family get a good nights sleep without snoring. Start your stop snoring exercises today and quiet your snoring.

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**The stop snoring exercises may not work for everyone. Sometimes snoring is caused by inflammation of the nasal cavity or sinuses. If you have allergies or suffer from nasal congestion then you should check into nasal strips and sprays.