I use snoring reduction products, sleep aids, and the like. I have been reviewing products for the past several years now, and have developed a fairly good list of snoring suppressants and sleep aids. This page has not always been updated, and is now being updated as of September 21, 2012. Some products have changed since I made this list, so it's still very much current and may be different for you. If I have left out any of your favorite products, please contact me so I can add them to the list.
Snoring is a deep, slow and persistent groaning in the chest, or in the throat. Snoring reduces your breathing, breathing is harder, and you are more likely to suffocate when you sleep.
Snoring can occur during the first year of life, and has been linked to the use of the inhaler that was the first prescription sleeping aid that was widely available. Inhalers that are still on the market today are marketed with the assumption that snoring is a normal part of childhood. Unfortunately, the evidence is not there for that. Snoring is most commonly reported by parents and other adults, who have the condition. There are many other conditions that can cause snoring such as heartburn and a cold.