You may notice for instance that obstruction causes snoring. This can be unpleasant as it may lead to other issues, such as difficulty sleeping. That, in turn, might lead to low energy, poor concentration, low mood, and headaches.
If you find that obstruction caused by snoring is making it difficult to sleep, then there are a number of things you can do to alleviate the issue. One is to reduce the snoring by using the aforementioned methods to ease inflammation – such as inhalers and analgesics. You can also try using a menthol rub. This works by helping to break down mucus, which can otherwise contribute to obstruction.
Another option is to try and encourage yourself to sleep on your side rather than your back. To do this, place a tennis ball in the back of your t-shirt and this will prevent you from being able to get comfortable when lying on your back.