6. Change your air filter
According to an article published by the Huffington Post, snoring is an indicator that you need to change your air filter.
When there are allergens such as pollen and dander in your home, you breathe those pollutants in, restricting your airways and causing snoring. If you have recently noticed or been told that you are snoring, try changing your air filter to see if any changes occur. At the very least, you know that the air you’re breathing has been filtered, and is free from things that could cause health problems.
7. Get regular sleep
If you have irregular sleep habits, or go to bed late at night, you could be causing snoring. This is because when you finally get to sleep, you sleep hard, and your tongue and soft palate relax to the back of your throat, again, blocking your airway.
By practicing good sleep habits and staying away from sleep medications that could have the same effect, you can work toward having regular, healthy (and quiet) night sleeps.