6 Tips to stop snoring at an early age!

6 Tips to stop snoring at an early age!

Posted by Philippa Logan On 24th Jan 2017 In sleep, snoring children

Why is our youth snoring?

To put it simply children and young adults are not out playing and are leading a more sedentary lifestyle. Children have stopped climbing trees, playing games in the yard, shouting, laughing and singing. The outdoor time with friends has been diluted with computer games, social media, videos and mobile phones.

Young people are exercising their thumbs over their voice and long conversations are held over chat and (hashtag #) photos and videos to describe events.

However gaming is not entirely bad as long as these games are played in moderation. In fact gaming has positive affects on eye hand co-ordianation and speeds up decision making in young adults.

Young people are exercising their thumbs over their voice and long conversations are held over chat and (hashtag #) photos and videos to describe events.

However gaming is not entirely bad as long as these games are played in moderation. In fact gaming has positive affects on eye hand co-ordianation and speeds up decision making in young adults.

So what does this mean to younger snorers?

Believe it or not the soft tissue that supports our airway also needs to be exercised. Singing, shouting, laughing, all support the condition of the airway and firm up the tissue. Snoring usually occurs when the soft issue and tongue relax while we are asleep and partially block the airway. The air moving past this soft tissue vibrates and makes the sound we know as snoring.

Excessive time gaming can leave a young adult socially isolated and coupled with bad nutritional habits can lead to obesity. Carrying excessive weight also affects the soft tissue in the airway and can be blamed for night time snoring.

These young adults are also spending a large percentage of their time in doors. We all need vitamin D, especially in countries where there is limited daylight. Vitamin D not only promotes good health but prevents SAD and even if you live in a country with strong sunlight, a vitamin D deficiency can still occur.

What can we do to prevent our youth from a long term snoring disorder?

  1. Get outside and play - Laughter, fun and friends with yard games are the building blocks for a memorable childhood.
  2. Join a team - Team sports are not only promote exercise but are good for social interaction.
  3. Sing - Join a band, drama school or choir. Using your voice will firm up the soft tissue in the airway.
  4. Eat and sleep well - If you are good to your body it will be good to you. Good nutrition will keep you healthy and good sleep will help your body repair.
  5. Get enough sunlight - it will help lifting your mood, which will strengthen motivation to exercise and to eat healthy food.
  6. Find a balance - you can do it all?

If you have reached adulthood and you snore it is better to address this sleeping disorder sooner rather than later. Snoring left unaddressed can lead to more serious health issues and even develop into Sleep Apnea.

There are a number of snoring aids available to purchase online that can help you regain your health and have a good nights sleep.


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