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Nasal strips aren’t always the right fit

Nasal strips aren’t always the right fit
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Nasal strips open your nasal passages wider. But they won’t help if your snoring issues are with your tongue, palate or throat.

There are cheap fixes

There are cheap fixes
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Taping tennis balls onto the back of your pyjama shirt really does work, says Rotenberg. Your sleep position can really affect snoring. “Something that forces you to lie on your side can be effective.”

Extreme cases may call for surgery

Extreme cases may call for surgery
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For example, uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) – a real mouthful of a procedure – rearranges throat tissues to increase the size of your airway.

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Source: Reader’s Digest Canada

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