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01 June 2020

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Lifestyle change, including weight loss  Dasgupta says he always suggests this first. Of course, it’s easier said than done, especially when conditions like osteoarthritis make exercise more difficult. But diet changes can help, too.
Stop drinking, especially at night.
Treat your allergies. They can play a major role in snoring, Dasgupta says. Rhinitis, or hay fever, causes inflammation in the nasal passages. That means “you’re going to be a mouth-breather, and you’re going to snore even more,” notes Dasgupta.
Over-the-counter devices One example of these, Breathe Right nasal strips, has won Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval, Dasgupta says. The strips are designed to open the nasal passage so there is less obstruction. But if the obstruction is farther down in the airway, such as near the throat, they probably won’t work, he says.


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