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Does drinking wine cause snoring?

Does drinking wine cause snoring?

Usually people snore when the oropharynx- the part between the top of the trachea and the back of the mouth- becomes blocked.

Although alcohol scientifically relaxes muscles, therefore can allow tissue in the back of the mouth to drop and obstruct the usual breathing techniques. Despite this reasonable explanation, the connection between snoring and the consumption of alcohol hasn’t been looked at or studied in a great amount of depth.

Nonetheless, doctors which specialise in sleeping disorders, which include snoring, recommend avoiding alcohol, especially wine, before going to sleep.

However, since many people do drink but don’t snore, it may not be the only purpose of your partners snoring habits.

Other reasons for snoring are commonly known as smoking, sleeping on your back and obesity. These are all very well known reasons for increasing the amount someone snores.

We at Drinks Shop suggest that you perform a little experiment in your house with your spouse. Don’t drink any wine for three or four nights and see if both of your snoring improves, and by how much.

Although we recommend that you that you try this a few times a month in order to see if there is a consistency within the results. Then, when you are done with this experiment you can continue/ or begin to purchase your wine from Drinks Shop.

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Posted by Abi
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