The best mattresses and beds for snoring

A quarter of American adults say they’re habitual snorers. While light, infrequent snoring is generally harmless (albeit disruptive, especially if you share a bed with someone), heavy snoring can negatively impact the quality of your (and your partner’s) sleep, and possibly even signal an underlying health problem.

It’s wise to consult your doctor if your snoring is severe enough to leave you feeling lethargic during the day. However, there’s also the possibility you’re sleeping on the wrong type of mattress or bed, which could be exacerbating your snoring. There are many other causes of snoring though, including alcohol use close to bedtime.

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