5 Snoring Solutions For Tired Travelers

5 Snoring Solutions for Tired Travelers – Get a Good Night Sleep Even While on Vacation

A tired traveller may not be bothered by his or her snoring problem, but ask their travelling partners and prepare to be bombarded by a series of complaints. In some cases, when the situation is really bad, travellers themselves fall prey to their own snoring problem. But snoring is natural and at the end of the day, it’s a common human condition. Sure, it’s irritating but aren’t there a lot of human habits that are irksome?

Snoring Guy on Couch


The natural phenomenon ‘snoring’ takes place when air is unable to move freely through the nose and throat. Travelling takes a toll on one’s body and at the end of the day, at the time of sleep, a traveller or tourist for that matter is naturally tired. That’s when the muscles are more relaxed causing the snoring to get louder. Thus, we can say that snoring is a legit problem that travelers face.

Whether you are a traveller who suffers from snoring problems or a regular person with the same problem, here are 5 snoring solutions that can help you out a little:

1. Adopt the correct sleeping position.

People with snoring problems need to be cautious and conscious of their sleeping position at all times. Sleeping on your back increases the probability of snoring in your sleep. The reason being, when you sleep on your back you create an awkward situation wherein your tongue is resting onto your throat thus, preventing air from flowing through it freely. Therefore, if you were to take our advice; adjust your sleeping position. Try sleeping on your sides.

2. Take rest, be well rested.

Now that looks like a well-rested traveller.

For travellers especially, being well-rested is extremely important. Travelling is grueling on one’s body and can upset your inner time clock. But good travellers know what to do, and when. They know their bodies. They know when enough is enough and when it’s time to simply slow down and rest. And if you follow the basic principle of ensuring that you are well-rested at all times during your travel, not only will you stop snoring but you will also end up enjoying your holiday a lot more.

3. Learn some exercises.

Most people with snoring problems can be cured off of this problem quite easily. Barring those people who snore due to certain physiological conditions, learning certain exercises can help reduce snoring by a considerable degree. These exercises perse are extremely simple and can be done by anyone, anywhere. Examples of some such exercises are: Tongue curls; Opening your mouth and saying ‘aaaaaah’ for like 20 seconds; squealing etc.

4. Avoid grinding your teeth.

For starters, grinding your teeth is no good habit. It’s much worse if you suffer from snoring problems. First and foremost, constantly grinding one’s teeth is painful. Every time one grinds their teeth one is exercising considerable muscular force and is putting stress on the jaw area too. The bad news for the people who snore is that, when you grind your teeth, your tongue crawls towards the back of the mouth and prevents the air from circulating freely. Thus, causing you to snore. The perfect solution for people who constantly grind their teeth and have a snoring problem is to sleep with a mouth-guard on.

5. Look after your pillow.

Funny as it may sound but your pillow could be the cause of your snoring problem. The presence of allergens and dust mites on pillows can be a cause for snoring. Travellers may face this problem and honestly, it’s hard to deal with when you are travelling. But there are certain things that you can do to look after this situation. Wherever it is that you are staying during your travel, request the people who are in charge to change or wash your pillow once every 3-4 days.

Final Word

When you are travelling, there are so many little things that you are occupied with that the problem of snoring rarely strikes your mind. It’s quite understandable! In addition to these five solutions, travelers can do some extra things for extra precaution. For example: Alcohol is not considered to be suitable for people with snoring problems. But if we were to say don’t drink alcohol while travelling and thereby, put restrictions onto you; it’s not done. When travelling, remember that the most important thing is to have fun and make memories. If you snore, try to address the issue. But if you still snore, don’t fret about it. Just have fun!

About The Author:  Katherine Dilworth is a wife, mother and a blogger and she writes on caseydilworth.com, this blog provides exclusive information on Why do People Snore and Snoring Solutions.
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