What Makes Us Snore
As we sleep at night, the muscles of our tong becomes relaxed and loose, and slips to the back of our throat, causing our airway to the lungs to become very constricted. Although this is a natural process during our sleeping cycle, it causes the vibration at the back of our mouth which results in snoring as we breathe in and out. Excessive snoring can also be a result of a physical condition, such as sleep apnea, or a problem with medication we are taking.
The Uncomfortable Medical Solution
Physicians approach chronic excessive snoring by providing their patients with obtrusive mandibular advancement devices that are large and cumbersome, and most often ineffective. Wearing these contraptions at night can be extremely uncomfortable and disrupt your normal sleeping pattern simply because you are wearing it. These doctors might also suggest you alter your eating and drinking habits, or prescribed heavy medications, known to have harmful side effects.
This could be the answer.