There is an operation to improve snoring by reducing or removing the uvula. That ball shaped piece of skin hanging at the back of your throat is the Uvula. It does have an anti-choking function, the importance of which cannot be overlooked. You should consider the fact that, if you choose surgery, you are sacrificing the potential usefulness of the uvula for the possibility of reduced snoring.
As foolish as it may appear to be, singing might be the remedy for your snoring. It works because singing uses and strengthens the throat muscles. You can reduce your snoring by having stronger throat muscles. Musical wind instruments, such as the trumpet or clarinet, can also make your throat muscles stronger. If you suffer from congestion due to allergies or other issues, you are much more likely to snore while sleeping. Congestion causes the nasal cavities to contract, which may block the air resulting in snoring. One method to avoid the congestion is to take a decongestant before going to bed. Performing throat exercises can make you less likely to snore. Work your tongue by sliding it across the backside of your upper front teeth. Thrust your tongue back and forth, from the back of your throat to the back of your teeth. Do this for several minutes. Working on the muscles in this process will help keep your passageways open and reduce the risk of snoring. Anyone who snores should not sleep on their back, but on their side instead. People who sleep on their backs are much more likely to have a snoring problem than those who sleep lying on their sides. If you’re used to sleeping on your back, the new position will take a while to get comfortable with, but it will be worth it. To keep yourself from snoring while sleeping, refrain from eating dairy products immediately before retiring for the night. Dairy intake produces mucus which can clog up your throat and nose and cause snoring to get worse. Eating dairy products that are known for mucus production will cause your sinuses to produce mucus overnight and block your airway, which will cause you to snore. Even a condition that seems as benign as snoring, can create a chain of other problems with your health. Snoring deprives your brain of oxygen, which can lead to high blood pressure. Oxygen deprivation can damage arteries and major organs. While this is not always the case, it is an important reason to prevent, and cure snoring.