I just featured a new article from Natural News about a Ohio State University study suggesting that the use of night lights while sleeping may contribute to depression. It seems that a very dark room while sleeping contributes to positive mental health.
The scientists concluded that the use of artificial light at night may have harmful effects on human health. "This is important for people who work night shifts, and for children and others who watch TV late into the night, disrupting their usual light-dark cycle,"
this is an interesting thought, i'd been looking to get one of those blindfolds to cover your eyes while you sleep. , I hear in increases sleep quality as well... now, how about something for a snoring person? :P
Lots of things to help with snoring. There is a mouth piece that pushing the lower jaw slightly forward to open up the throat just enough to stop (or reduce) snoring. I've also seen nasal drops that are supposed to help.
Don't tell my wife that I'm posting this,, but she snores a bit. I use a white noise generator at night which helps me sleep and also mask any snoring sounds,,, a bit,,,,,
Sleeping on your side will also help to reduce snoring,,, it does for me.
hehe, i'm posting for the same reason.. i don't snore, my wife.. well.. is quite capable of hitting a 95db, imagine being woken up suddenly by that.. frustrating.... and the best part, i get blamed LOL.. she's not interested in the mouthpiece, but what about these nasal drops?
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Now that's funny. I didn't want to say how bad my own wife's snoring is out of respect,, but since you opened that door,,, I'm right there with you. Some nights are really bad but not all.
She doesn't want to use the mouth piece either.
I've looked into the drops but haven't bought anything yet,,, will be checking reviews however its of no use if she doesn't use it.
All I can say is do a few searched and check reviews. If you find something that works,,,, please let me know,,, will be much appreciated.