Popular Science: Snoring usually occurs when the flaccid muscles on one’s throat block the airways, preventing the air from flowing through a person’s nose and throat as they breathe.
If you’ve been told that you’re a habitual snorer, you can put a stop to it using a muscle stimulator you can place on your chin every night—the Snore Circle Anti-Snoring Sleep Aid Muscle Stimulator is on sale. Engineered with bone conduction, it delivers accurate snoring recognition and strong anti-interference ability. It’s simple to use, too. Just place the electrodes below your chin, turn the Snore Circle on, attach them to the electrodes, and expect to have a get a good night’s sleep.