I don't claim to be the expert in snoring prevention. My aim is to provide as much information as possible to help make your decision about what snoring product is right for you.
"Snoring" is a sound produced by the diaphragm (larynx) of the lungs. In fact, most of the body's internal airways are the air sacs in the diaphragm. When someone is in the middle of a deep sleep, the airways of the lungs are compressed against the diaphragm, allowing the air to escape slowly from the lungs. When the person starts to awaken, the diaphragm contracts further and the airways begin to expand. This creates a loud, irritating "crack" or loud groan that may be heard as the person wakes up. In general, snoring is not dangerous. However, if a person is extremely snoring, it may become more difficult to breathe and lead to breathing difficulties that may cause chest pain. If your partner is very snoring, he or she should be aware that breathing difficulty may be causing difficulty breathing for a few hours to a few days. You may also notice that your partner is not breathing normally. A number of people may try to force a person with a snoring problem out of bed.