The consumer technology website CNET has compiled a roundup of products that can help reduce snoring and help people get better sleep.
Breathe Right Nasal Strips:
Breathe Right Nasal Strips are intended to relieve congestion at night, but it just so happens that the mechanism also reduces snoring. When you place a strip over the bridge of your nose, it helps keep your nasal passages open, allowing air to flow in and out more smoothly. According to reviews on Amazon, these strips have helped reduce the noise level and frequency of snoring throughout the night.
Snorepin Anti Snoring Aid:
This tiny anti-snoring gadget looks like two baskets connected by a hook. Each one of the “baskets” goes inside a nostril, kept in place by the hook around the cartilage that separates the openings of your nostrils. The Snorepin is supposed to dilate your nostrils and make it easier to breathe while you’re sleeping, thus reducing any snoring. Some buyers on Amazon have had trouble with the fit of the Snorepin, but many say that it’s worth the $25 to try if your snoring is bad.
However, if you’re just a mild snorer who doesn’t have any serious underlying health problems, one of these eight products — most of them budget-friendly — can help reduce your snoring (and consequently reduce complaints from your sleep-deprived bed partner).