Anti snoring pillow made from memory foam can help you get a better night’s sleep. Mattress and snoring studies have been undertaken to investigate snoring and evidence supports that a memory foam mattress can actually help you with your snoring. Snoring can be such a problem with some people that will go to any length to stop it, even surgery. Before you think about that you might want to try a memory foam mattress. With a memory foam pillow or mattress snoring can be minimised.
Can a memory foam mattress help me stop snoring?
Snoring can interrupt the sleep of the snorer and anyone who shares their bed, resulting in a poor night’s sleep and a strain on the relationship. Anyone who is a snorer, or lives with one, knows that what most people treat as a joke is a very real problem with very serious consequences.
There are several remedies for snoring, and also for sleep apnoea, which occurs when the sleeper temporarily stops breathing. It is a good idea to visit your GP if it is serious. Apnoea is thought to affect around 30% of the population directly, and have an indirect effect on their partners, families and work colleagues, who have to put up with the effects of their lack of sleep such as tiredness and irritability.
What do we know about snoring?
• Men are more likely to snore than women
• Poor diet and an unhealthy lifestyle can make snoring worse
• Drinking alcohol just before bedtime can increase snoring
• Famous snorers include Winston Churchill and Mussolini
I bet they didn’t have a memory foam pillow!
So what can a memory foam mattress do for me?
In some cases, snoring can be aggravated by the sleeping position, which is why snorers may consider a memory foam mattress. Our memory foam mattresses mould to the users body and support them in the ideal sleeping position. If you are finding your sleeping uncomfortable and you tossing and turning then a memory foam mattress can help.
If you have a fairly new mattress and don’t want to spend again then you could try a memory foam topper to add that extra comfort to your existing mattress. If your problems persist then you should visit your GP or to your chemist and asking for a specialist spray that helps to keep your airways open at night, or for further help on how you can reduce or eliminate your snoring problems. A great thing to try first though is a memory foam pillow!