You’re tired from waking up night after night from snoring. You want – you need – a snoring solution. And especially now, when a good night’s sleep is critical for keeping your immune system healthy and robust.
So, what can you do to get a good night’s sleep? Begin with a consistent, pre-bedtime routine to prepare your body and your mind.
You likely anticipate another sleep-interrupted night and the resulting grogginess the next morning, so it’s essential to go to bed in a relaxed frame of mind. Begin this process about an hour before the time you want to go to sleep.
Have a cup of tea. Choose a relaxing, sleep-encouraging herbal tea such as chamomile, no sugar added.
Darken your room. Use black-out shades or curtains if possible so that your bedroom is devoid of any light. Light signals the pineal gland to suppress the production of melatonin, a well-known hormone necessary for sleep.
Do gentle yoga stretches or tai chi. Both art forms integrate breathing with movement, very helpful in getting your body and mind to relax. Just 10 to 15 minutes can make a big difference.
Focus on breathing. Several breathing techniques will work, so feel free to explore those. A simple one might be to simply match the length of your exhale to that of your inhale—slow, deep breaths from your diaphragm, not just your chest.
Now that you’re feeling relaxed and ready to fall asleep, what about waking up from your usual snoring? Because snoring is usually caused by a constriction in the back of the throat, narrowing or closing the airway, you need a snoring solution that will help you stay relaxed and asleep.
You’ll want to avoid the kind of snore-stopper that interrupts the snoring by shocking you into full consciousness, as well as loud buzzers that have the same effect. Yes, they will stop the snoring, but they’re not very conducive for a peaceful night’s sleep, are they?
Let's look at how a pulse wristband can help you stay asleep while dealing with the snoring problem.
The best kind of sleep apnea wristband is one that will gently alert you when you are snoring, and then prompt you to change your position so that your airway opens enough to stop the snoring.
Also known as an anti-snoring watch, the Sleep Connection Watch fits the bill perfectly.
When worn at night, this pulse wristband will detect loud snoring, thanks to its scientifically designed biosensor. The Sleep Connection Watch will gently send out natural smooth electrical pulses to encourage you to change the position of your body and your jaw enough to improve airflow.
If you want a solution to your snoring, begin preparing a little before bedtime. Then wear your Sleep Connection Watch to bed and get ready for a full and refreshing night’s sleep!
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