Snore? Sing!

Woman's World - - Front Page -

Snor­ing oc­curs when lax mus­cles in the soft palate and throat col­lapse, caus­ing the air flow­ing past them to vi­brate. The sur­pris­ing rem­edy? British re­searchers say singing with gusto for 20 min­utes daily tight­ens the throat mus­cles to re­duce snor­ing fre­quency by 57% and dial down the vol­ume by 47%. Bonus: Sub­jects also re­ported im­proved sleep and more en­ergy!

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