Student by Day, Lumberjack by Night
For most college freshman, being away from home and living in a new place is a very difficult thing to do. If someone is getting less than the recommended amount of sleep or is sleeping restlessly or disturbed throughout the night, it carries over into their day and often has negative effects on their studies. Sleep is very important for everyone but especially for a college student under a great deal of pressure and stress. Losing sleep is not good and is even worse when you lose it because of your own snoring. Just about everyone snores occasionally, but if snoring happens frequently it can affect the quantity and quality of your sleep; snoring can lead to poor sleep and daytime fatigue, irritability, and increased health problems. A change in sleeping position, clearing nasal passages, and cleaning bedroom furniture are a few ways to stop or limit snoring during the night in order to prevent multiple problems from occurring due to snoring.
Because sleep is so important, not only for a person’s body but also for their mind, it is imperative that any unnecessary disruption occurring during their sleep be dealt with as quickly as possible. Changing the position in which a person sleeps can easily stop snoring. Due to the structure of the nasal passageway, a person sleeping on their back is more likely to snore than someone that sleeps on their side. If a snorer is accustomed to sleeping on their back and are unable to sleep throughout the night on their side or stomach they can lay a body pillow beside themselves to help keep themselves from rolling over during the night and snoring.
It is important to maintain clear passages to allow for easier breathing and snore-free nights of sleep. When someone’s nose is clogged, it becomes more difficult to breathe, which can result in snoring during the night. Steam is a miracle worker when it comes to clearing the sinuses. Some ways to clear the sinuses with steam are by taking...
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