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Get Help with Snoring Using Natural Cures

Author: Alina Michael

Occasional snoring is a common occurrence for many. However, it is a cause for concern if the snoring becomes persistent and involves gasping or choking. These may lead to incidences of cardiac arrest and high blood pressure. Snoring can be attributed to the vibrations of soft tissue located at the back of your throat. The narrowing of your airway passage due to nasal blockage, obese, aging and incorrect sleeping posture are contributing factors to this unpleasant occurrence. Besides detrimental health impact, snoring also affects your relationships. Nobody likes to sleep with someone who snores; it is irksome and affects the overall quality of sleep received. Listed here are some suggestions to help with snoring using natural cures that can be applied easily to enable better breathing during sleep.

(1) Try to adjust your sleeping posture. You are advised to sleep on your side or raise the head of your bed by approximately 5 inches. This helps to reduce the decrease of your muscle and soft palate. The relaxation of the soft muscle in the tongue will lead to collapse and subsequently snoring.

(2) Before bed, gargle with decongestant (i.e. salt water). This helps promote a clearer breathing passage.

(3) Exercise regularly and aim to lose some weight. The importance of a balanced weight cannot be further stressed. Losing weight will lead to loss of extra fatty tissues. This enables your airway muscles to work better. Males especially, have a tendency to snore due to the natural narrowness of their airway passage. Coupled with weight issues, they are at risk of sleep apnea or sudden stop of breathing during sleep. Therefore, ensure that you and your loved ones are not putting on unnecessary weight. Start that exercise regime today.

(4) If you are a smoker, stop smoking. Smoking leads to congestion of the breathing passage due to the building up of fat and tar from cigarette smoke. Smoking also damages the muscle in your throat, leading to severe snoring problems.

(5) You should loosen your jaw muscles. The accumulated tension in neck and shoulders will affect your head and throat muscles. Learn to relieve those tension points through simple massage and you will soon find yourself snore less. There are many simple exercises to stop snoring that you will come across when you look online for help with snoring.

These are some of the help with snoring tips using natural cures that help many to stop snoring. If you should find yourself facing the same problem after trying these remedies, seek the help of your physician and work with him/her to overcome this nagging problem.

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How to Clear Up a Nasal Passage


By eHow Contributing Writer

Article Rating: (1 Ratings)

When you have a cold or sinus issue, there are plenty of over the counter
medications which will help loosen your congestion and allow you to get
through the day. But when your baby has stuffed sinuses, you can find
yourself at a loss for what to do. Here are some tips on how to clear
up a nasal passage for your baby.

Difficulty: Moderately Easy

Things You’ll Need:

  • Humidifier
  • Vapor rub for baby’s
  • Baby saline solution
  • Eye dropper (if not included with saline soultion)
  1. Step 1

    a humidifier next to your baby’s crib. When we suffer from congestion,
    our nasal passage becomes very tight as it is filled with mucous. The
    steam from the humidifier will help loosen the mucous in the nasal
    passage. Just be sure that the steam is not blowing directly on the
    baby, but above or to the side of the baby. Also, close the door to the
    room so that moisture stays in the area and doesn’t escape.

  2. Step 2

    Rub a small dollop of baby vapor rub on the baby’s chest. Be sure that you purchase the baby version of the chest rub
    as the adult rub will be too strong and will cause irritation on the
    baby’s chest. As the baby breathes in the aromas being released, the
    mucous in the nasal passage will begin to loosen.

  3. Step 3

    drops of saline solution in the baby’s nose. Saline solution is simply
    salt and water. Use just a pinch in a cup of water if you are mixing it
    yourself at home. After you place the drops in the nose, sit the baby
    up and see if you can gently clean the nasal passage with a tissue. The
    baby won’t be able to "blow" on their own, but their natural act of
    breathing should serve to loosen and force out some of the mucou


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Book of the Dead

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This detail scene, from the Papyrus of Hunefer (ca. 1375 B.C.), shows Hunefer’s heart being weighed on the scale of Maat against the feather of truth, by the jackal-headed Anubis. The Ibis-headed Thoth, scribe of the gods, records the result. If his heart is lighter than the feather, Hunefer is allowed to pass into the afterlife. If not, he is eaten by the waiting chimeric devouring creature Ammut composed of the deadly crocodile, lion, and hippopotamus. Vignettes such as these were a common illustration in Egyptian books of the dead.[1]

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Soul · Duat
Mythology · Numerology
Offering formula · Funerals
Amun · Amunet · Anubis · Anuket
Apep · Apis · Aten · Atum
Bastet · Bat · Bes
Four sons of Horus
Geb · Hapy · Hathor · Heka · Heqet
Horus · Isis · Khepri  · Khnum
Khonsu · Kuk · Maahes  · Ma’at
Mafdet · Menhit · Meretseger
Meskhenet · Monthu · Min · Mnevis
Mut · Neith · Nekhbet
Nephthys · Nu · Nut · Osiris · Pakhet
Ptah · Ra · Ra-Horakhty · Reshep
Satis · Sekhmet · Seker · Selket
Sobek · Sopdu · Set · Seshat · Shu
Taweret · Tefnut · Thoth
Wadjet · Wadj-wer · Wepwawet · Wosret
Amduat · Books of Breathing
Book of Caverns · Book of the Dead
Book of the Earth · Book of Gates
Book of the Netherworld
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"The Book of Dead" is the common name for the ancient Egyptian funerary text known as "Spells of Coming" (or "Going") "Forth By Day." The Book of the Dead was a description of the ancient Egyptian conception of the afterlife and a collection of hymns, spells, and instructions to allow the deceased to pass through obstacles in the afterlife. The Book of the Dead was most commonly written on a papyrus scroll and placed in the coffin or burial chamber of the deceased.[2]

The name "Book of the Dead" was the invention of the German Egyptologist Karl Richard Lepsius, who published a selection of the texts in 1842. When it was first discovered, the Book of the Dead was thought to be an ancient Egyptian Bible. But unlike the Bible, The Book of the Dead does not set forth religious tenets and was not considered by the ancient Egyptians to be the product of divine revelation, which allowed the content of the book of the dead to change over time. The Book of the Dead was thus the product of a long process of evolution from the Pyramid Texts of the Old Kingdom to the Coffin Texts of the Middle Kingdom. About one-third of the chapters in The Book of the Dead are derived from the Coffin Texts.[3] The Book of the Dead itself was adapted to The Book of Breathings in the Late Period, but remained popular in its own right until the Roman period.

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