Snoring isn’t just noisy breathing during sleep—it occurs when air can’t move freely through your nose and throat. The good news is, it’s affected by variable factors such as the stage of sleep, sleeping position, and even the use of medication and alcohol. But whether you have your own room or share it with someone, your snoring is a problem if it disrupts both your sleep and theirs. Want to curb it ASAP? Here are eight ways.

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Text: Yuen Yi Ying / Shape Singapore / April 2018