As if you are not already either crying at the drop of a hat or ready to unleash your fury on the next person to comment on your swollen ankles, now your significant other tells you that you’re snoring. How dare they make up such a story to upset you!
Well, before you react (if you haven’t already) by saying something you will regret later (blame it on the hormones), you should know there is a good chance they are telling the truth.
Why Are You Snoring?
Approximately 25 percent of expectant mothers snore during their third trimester, and there are a number of reasons.
The good news is you will probably stop snoring after you have given birth. It is important to understand that snoring stops your body from getting a good night of rest. Wearing a mouthpiece designed for snoring can ensure you get the sleep you need to be healthy. You can also sleep on your side with a wedge pillow, stay hydrated, and make sure the air in your room is not dry so mucus membranes in your nose, throat, and soft palate stay moist.
Watch this video to learn more about pregnancy and snoring
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