Snoring loudly is a problem for those who snore and the loved ones who sleep next to them. There are many “quick fix” remedies on the market – nose plugs, stickers, and other products that supposedly stop one from snoring, or at least quiet the interruption for the sake of his/her other half.

Many people try a barrage of products just to come up fruitless…these products only work for some people some of the time. Believe it or not, solving the problem of snoring can be as easy as replacing the bed in which one lies. Snoring is caused by vibrations in the back of the throat. The zzz's occur when something is blocking the air channels within the throat. Overly relaxed muscles can be the culprit, but so can a misaligned head and neck. Which bears the question: how could a bed affect the throat?

The problem with traditional beds and pillows is that they do not conform well to the human body. Memory foam mattresses connect with every pressure point of the body, allowing the body to drop into the position in which it is most comfortable. When the back, neck and throat are properly aligned, the air channels will be clear, which means that many find that they snore less (and sometimes stop entirely!).

Many proud owners site their memory foam mattress as the #1 reason that they get a good night's sleep. Though memory foam mattresses can't solve all of the world's problems, they may just help with this rather loud nighttime disturbance. And with varying levels of firmness, there's an option for everyone. Whether a side, back, or stomach sleeper, memory foam comes in a density and thickness for everyone.

Source by Jacob Welsh