Expert reveals the best sleep positions for snoring — plus 5 anti-snoring tips

Are you tired of feeling tired from poor quality sleep due to snoring? Whether it’s you or your bed partner who snores, there’s a good chance neither of you are getting the quality rest you need to feel energized, refreshed and alert throughout the day.

What is snoring?

“Snoring is a problem with vibratory processes that happen when the muscles at the back of the throat relax,” explains Dr. Green. “Most snoring comes from the back of the throat and the vibratory parts of that tube of muscle; as airflow passes, it becomes turbulent and causes vibrations,” which then produces the auditory sensation of snoring.

Luckily, there are a number of expert-backed tips you can adopt to successfully reduce snoring. These range from trying out new sleeping positions (and avoiding some), making lifestyle adjustments, and using products that help limit snoring.

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