Many snoring treatments are available over-the-counter in pharmacies, but most do not cure snoring. There are, however, a number of steps you can take to put an end to your snoring. Here are some tips for the occasional snorer.
Drown him out
The cheapest option is to invest in quality ear-plugs.
Deal with your phones
Many people keep their smartphone or tablet by their bedside, rolling over to check it whenever they wake up during the night. It’s not just inconsiderate, it’s also unhealthy, science says so! The blue color in smartphones suppresses melatonin, (the sleep hormone) for twice as long as other colors in the light spectrum.
Adjust your screen brightness or ban the devices
If you bring your gadgets to bed, the Blue light filter helps reduce the amount of light coming from the device. However, some experts believe that this is an area of no compromise. “If one person wants to use their phone during sleep time, they should leave the bedroom.
If your lover is restless
Disrupted sleep might look like a minor deal but sadly, a full night of interrupted sleep is the physical equivalent of getting just four hours of sleep. Other studies report that getting less than eight hours of quality zzzs can trigger everything from weight gain to memory loss.
Upgrade your mattress
This is one bedroom scenario where size matters. A queen is 15 cm wider than a double. A king-size, better. Best? A split version in which one frame holds two mattresses. In this way, even if your spouse rolls, you will not rock.
If all fails, sleep elsewhere
We are all human. We all fail. At times, it might not be easy for couples to sleep together due to having different sleep schedules. A new study has discovered that couples that sleep in different rooms have significantly improved relationships. There are many other ways to connect and share intimacy. It does not necessarily have to be about sharing a bed.