Hi. I had a nose injury about a month ago in Toronto. I didn’t pay much heed towards it as the swelling and pain diminished within a day. But after that injury, I noticed a bump on my nose. I am worried about it. Could it be a nose fracture? And my husband said I snore while sleeping. I never had this problem before? Is it because of the nose injury? A friend of mine advised me to book an appointment with a rhinoplasty surgeon ( http://www.rhinoplasty.ca/ ) and to have a detailed checkup. Any previous experiences?
First, understand where your snoring originates like from mouth, nose, or throat. Now try natural remedies such as weight loss and exercise, change position, limit alcohol & smoking, sedatives, prevent mouth opening, prevent nasal collapse, check for allergies to avoid snoring. If you are still facing the same issue, then try Asonor – anti snoring nasal spray. Just squeezing 4 to 6 drops into each nostril until you feel the liquid in throat.
If you have started snoring after your injury, so that means injury could be the reason for snoring. Snoring is caused when the muscles in your airways relax and collapse which lead to your airway narrowing. This can result in obstructive sleep apnea, breathing problems and more if not taken care of. Try some home remedies like Milk with Turmeric powder, Eating raw garlic, Breathing Exercises and Yoga & etc or you can try Asonor anti snoring nasal spray to get rid from snoring problems.