Why Do I Snore?

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So it turns out that snoring is an air turbulence issue, so your nose is a hose and the hose goes up to into your sinus cavity and down to the back of your throat. If you've ever been in the garden and you struck your thumb over the end of the hose and the water scores out a whole lot faster, that's exactly what's going on with snoring.

Something is narrowing your nasal passages or that hose that's going down making the air move faster. As the air moves faster, it rumbles by your uvula, which is that piece of meat that hangs out on the back of your throat, that starts the vibration which starts to cading which starts to snore, so the best way to relieve snoring is to open up that nasal passageway and clear out that hose.