Around the globe, countless wives have to put up with their snoring husband night after night. Most of them rarely discuss the problem with their partners except for the occasional jokes, which are rarely acted upon despite their unspoken seriousness.
Action is rarely taken before it's too late. When the issue is first discussed in seriousness, the tension in the relationship has reached the boiling point. It's not hard to imagine why snoring is a major cause of divorce.
In my opinion, most of the snoring related divorces could have been avoided, simply by taking some basic steps to help the snorer stop snoring.
So why doesn't most snorers act in time?
There are two answers to that question. Firstly, the snoring individual doesn't suffer from the snoring directly and therefore doesn't have the internal motivation to take the necessary steps to alleviate the snoring.
Secondly, there's an overwhelming number of snoring solutions out there and no way to know which one is the right one. Some are still able to pick one and try it out, but very few are actually able to stop snoring using the selected snoring product. And given that most of the products have a proven track record of satisfied customers, why don't they work for everyone?
The not so obvious answer to that question is that snoring can be looked on as a set of conditions. In other words, it has several causes, of which each of them requires a different set of cures and treatments.
The root cause of the snoring has to effectively be located and eliminated in order to stop snoring. If you have no idea what is causing your snoring, your chances of finding the right cure are rather slim.
To identify the root cause of your snoring, we first need to know that snoring is caused by an obstruction in the breathing passage. This can be abnormalities of the soft tissue and other issues that can make the airways narrower than normal.
When the airways are narrower than normal, the body has to make more of an effort in order to breathe, which increases the speed of which the air flow through the breathing passage. This increased airflow makes the soft tissues in the throat flap rapidly, resulting in the snoring sound.
The main issues causing the obstruction are connected either to the nose, the jaw, the tongue or the throat. In some cases, the obstruction can appear in multiple locations.
Once the right location is identified, the person can follow step-by-step procedures to stop snoring specific to the type and location of the obstruction. Some people stop snoring the first night after the right cure has been applied and never snore one more night in their lives.