Exercise Daily To Stop Snoring


It makes sense to work out those muscles that are interfering in your breathing. Try incorporating the exercises into your regular routine. Exercise has also been shown to improve sleep quality. For example, Oregon State University researchers found that people who exercised at least 150 minutes a week slept better and felt more alert during the day than those who didn’t exercise much. (Don’t exercise right before bedtime, however. That can make it difficult to fall asleep.)

Author: Sumana Rao | Posted on: July 15, 2016

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