More Than Half Of Snorers Take Desperate Measures To Stop

Doctors say people are more likely to snore while sleeping on their back.

People who snore have reported putting tennis balls in their pyjamas to stop.

Doctors say people are more likely to snore while sleeping on their back.

The survey by the tech firm, Mute, also found more than half of snorers take desperate measures to stop, including putting pegs on their noses or taping their mouths shut.

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