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September 09, 2020 2 min read

We all know snoring is an annoying condition, but it can also be expensive, which is why many people avoid finding a solution. There are many inexpensive and proven solutions out there that will stop your snoring without breaking the bank, so if you’re worried about cost, here are some snoring solutions you should consider.

Lifestyle changes

Most doctors will first recommend lifestyle changes as a means to solve snoring. Some make the assumption that snoring stems from genetics or simply something that happens as we age. While that can be true in some cases, you may be surprised to know that weight gain, excessive alcohol and sedative use, as well as lack of sleep, are the more common lifestyle causes of snoring.

Common lifestyle tactics to get rid of snoring includes weight loss, decreasing alcohol consumption, and you guessed it, getting more sleep. These methods are truly the most inexpensive snoring remedies as you can realistically accomplish these changes for free. 

Air purifiers/humidifiers

In some cases, snoring is triggered by reactions from airborne particles. More specifically, snoring can result from: 

  • Dust in the air
  • Pet allergies
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Unclean carpets and bedding
  • People who are or live with smokers

You might be thinking that a decently priced air purifier is not cheap. Yes, this can be true as air purifiers and humidifiers can range from the $100 to the $3,000 mark. However, these products can clear the way for your nasal and breathing passage, all while offering cleaner and dust-free air. You’re knocking out two birds with one stone, something we’d say is worth the investment. 

Nasal dilators/strips

Nasal dilators or strips are likely the cheapest options for snoring. They typically cost as low as $6.00 and reach up to $45. The mechanism of nasal strips dilates or “opens” your nasal passage in order for better airflow through your nose. Most people who have used nasal strips notice subtle changes in their snoring. Just be cautious as some users have noted skin irritation and allergies. It’s also worth noting that nasal strips do not solve sleep apnea. Meaning that they’re best for those who snore infrequently.

Tongue Stabilizing device

Tongue stabilizing devices or mouthpieces are one of the most cost-efficient and worthwhile ways to stop snoring. In use, they attach to your tongue and pull it slightly forward. This helps with better airflow throughout the night. This method is scientifically proven to work, easy to use, and usually lasts 1 to 2 years before it needs to be replaced. 

Want to try out atongue stabilizing device? The Good Morning Snore Solution comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, so if it doesn't work for you, you can return the product for a full refund! 

The answer to snoring doesn’t have to be an expensive fix. Depending on your budget and the reason behind your snoring, there are cheaper alternatives and investments that can definitely be worth the cost. 



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