Originally Posted by Loki_D_Wolf
Something simple that might help is the right amount of rest. I'm no doc but I know when I've been told I snore it's usually because I'm exhausted. Other than that I'm pretty quiet. Maybe the cat should get some sleep and keep a regular sleep habit to help. Just a thought.
You(most people)are tired because you are snoring during your sleep and you stop breathing(sleep apnea) which wakes you up, hence not getting a good nights rest.
Try any over the counter stuff such as breath right strip's($10) cheap
Ask doctor for sleep study(better have insurance $2000ea)
One to find out problem, another to try/set pressure on CPAP
May recommend CPAP machine ($2000)
Insurance, especially HMO, will want you to try the machine first.
If CPAP doesn't work Surgury ($10,000-$20,000) not guarenteed.
The doctor will say lose weight, stop smoking.