Most of them are products that claim to help people with snoring.
Here are some of the main problems that people often have with snoring: Some people are allergic to snuff. Snuff contains some kind of anticholinergic ingredient. If someone is allergic to snuff, it can make their snoring worse. It is possible to have asthma or other respiratory problems when snoring. Sometimes the snoring can get so bad that it disrupts a sleep cycle. Some people will sleep for a while after they have had snoring and will have to go to sleep again at a different time. To sleep soundly while snoring, you should try to use some form of relaxation techniques. If you don't have time to meditate or try breathing exercises, don't worry. Try to keep your breathing slow and deep. There are also treatments that are used for sleep problems that might help snoring. The most common is the treatment of low back and neck pain. These treatments, also called muscle relaxants, include medicines that are prescribed by a doctor and are available as over-the-counter medicines. They can be purchased in pharmacies or drug stores. If your doctor doesn't have any products against snoring, take one that is.