Snoring is a fairly common phenomenon that occurs in both men and women of any age. Most often, this phenomenon occurs as a result of weakness of the muscles of the soft palate, pharynx and tongue, but there are cases when snoring results from diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Regardless of the cause, snoring becomes an unpleasant problem both for people suffering from this disease and for their loved ones.
People suffering from this disease are offered more than one cure for snoring. Reviews of these drugs are very controversial, however, doctors recommend trying to take some of them, selecting specific medications for each patient, taking into account its features.
What are the remedies for snoring? These include pharmacological preparations, intraoral devices, electropulse devices of a tamping effect, and recipes of traditional medicine. Let's try to understand this variety.
All medicines for snoring can be divided into 4 groups:
the first group - means, the action of which is aimed at eliminating inflammation in the pharynx and larynx;
the second group - drugs that help to improve the process of respiration (they are often prescribed for bronchial asthma);
the third group - medications of vasoconstrictive action, contributing to the expansion of the lumen of the respiratory tract;
The fourth group - medications that are aimed at suppressing the rapid stage of human sleep (such medicines for snoring reviews are not the best, as they often provoke serious problems with sleep).
The best cures for snoring:
Doctor Snore (Doctor Sleep ex)
Capa Sonite (C-onight)
All drugs in this group are sold in pharmacies without a prescription from a doctor. With such a variety of drugs, it can be difficult for patients to decide which medicine for snoring to choose, therefore, for the purpose of effective treatment, you should still consult a specialist.
If there is no positive effect when using snoring drugs for two weeks, then a doctor must be consulted. Also, the use of these drugs is not recommended in the presence of sleep apnea.
To achieve a more pronounced clinical effect in the application of drugs for snoring, it i