There are many stop snoring devices available on the market today and a stop snoring pillow is just one of them. Statistics show that upwards of 43% of the population snores. If you suffer from snoring at night, or if your significant other sufferers from you snoring at night, then you know how much it can prevent you, or someone else, from getting a restful sleep.

It has been proven that most people are likely to snore if they fall into a deep sleep while lying on their back. This is due to the fact that snoring is caused by having your air passages become restricted. When you lay on your back your tongue tend to go to the back of your mouth which reduces your airway. This can cause vibrations when you breathe deeply and that in turn produces snoring.

For some people, chronic snoring can sometimes be caused by a more serious issue such as sleep apnea. If this is the case it is always recommended to seek the advice of a medical doctor as there are procedures that are available to correct and sometimes eliminate this problem.

With various remedies available to the average snorer, it is hard to decide which one to try. There are mouth pieces and medicines as well as the more drastic choice of surgery. Prices for the different methods can range from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars. This is why many people have chosen to use a stop snoring pillow. These pillows can usually be purchased for under a hundred dollars and most people have very positive results.

The best thing to do before making an actual purchase is to research the many kinds that are available to you. When looking to buy a stop snoring pillow, remember that although you may be able to find one at your local department store, these can sometimes not be of the quality that you need. Many people have reported that the best place to purchase one of these pillows is at a mattress store as they will normally carry some very good quality products as well as having a wide selection to choose from.

Although there are many different designs of stop snoring pillows, most will prevent the sleeper from rolling onto their back, the most common position for snorers. When selecting your pillow you should consider your favorite sleeping position and try to find a pillow that will accommodate you comfortably.

If you do find that you prefer to sleep on your back, do not be dismayed as there are pillows available that will still allow you to sleep on your back but will also ensure that you are positioned properly. By making sure that your head, neck and shoulders are positioned correctly, the chance of snoring through the night is greatly reduced.

Once you have decided on which pillow is right for you remember to allow a sufficient amount of time to pass before you notice any real improvements. Although some people report an immediate difference, it is best to keep in mind that it can sometimes take up to three weeks to become accustomed to using a new pillow, regardless of the design.

Choosing the right stop snoring pillow is the secret to eliminating a debilitating snoring condition.

Wishing you a good night's sleep!

Alison