What Happens When You Snore?
It’s always hard to chase something that you don’t know what is. How could you possibly find a needle in a haystack? But let’s face it; you are probably facing a bigger challenge. You have a haystack, and you probably have no idea what you are looking for. It might be a needle; it might even be a specific strain of hay.
Now imagine that you knew a way to make that something glows like a star.
How much easier wouldn’t that make it? No harder than a walk in the park.
Now let’s apply this to your snoring problem. I have that magic formula that will illuminate the solution to your snoring. So let’s try it.
Step 1 would be to understand what snoring really is. Surprisingly, the explanation is simpler than one normally would imagine. If you’ve ever played a flute, you should pretty much have a good idea already.
Snoring is vibrations of soft issues at the back of your throat, which cause a sound that has ruined more marriages and relationships than any other sound. It is also a warning that there’s something wrong with your body.
When you snore, the uvula, palate and tonsils flap against each other. This happens for one of two reasons. You might have too much tissue at the back of your mouth, or there is something obstructing and blocking the air passageway to the back of your throat.
In order for you to stop snoring, you need to figure out which of these reasons make you snore. It might even be both. In any case, you can think of your throat as a flute. Have you ever tried to remove the narrow mouth piece of a flute, and then discovered that you were unable to make any sound at all? What if you could just remove your “mouth piece”? I’ll show you how.