The 3 origin locations of Snoring
Snoring is usually caused by muscle weakness in the mouth and throat. The soft tissues collapse during sleep, obstructing the flow of breath. In terms of the anatomy of the throat, these are the 3 causes of snoring:
At the rear, soft palate
when the velum and the uvula relaxe and vibrate in the air stream.
At the base of the tongue
when the tongue slides back into the throat blocking the airway.
At the entrance of the larynx
when the epiglottis covers the trachea shutting the access to the lungs.
The SnoreFree method specifically strengthens the muscular tissues in the inner throat and pharynx, as in voice training for singers and speakers.
November 28, 2022