Snoring caused by the Common Cold
Everyone knows that when you catch the common cold there is a good chance that you will end up snoring at night.
The simple explanation for this is that while you are sick your nose is running and congested and in order to overcome this you breathe through your mouth.
Breathing through your mouth increases the likelihood of snoring 5 times fold.
If you snore even when you are not sick then catching the common cold will make things even worst.
We have many treatments that we reviewed that can help prevent the deterioration of your snoring if you catch the common cold.