Stop snoring: Can this plant really stop you snoring at night? NASA says YES

There’s nothing more annoying than falling asleep, only to be woken up by a loud sound from your partner’s side of the bed. According to a study, a whopping 45 percent of Brits suffer with snoring. But a pineapple plant from Asda could now solve the issue, with NASA supporting the snoring solution.

According to NASA studies, pineapple plants produce oxygen and improve air quality throughout the night.

This, in turn, helps to aid better (and quieter) sleep.

NASA suggests having a pineapple plant in the bedroom could be a great help to the almost quarter of Brits regularly sleeping in different rooms due to their partner’s snoring.

The pineapple plants were first sold in Asda in 2017, but due to its success, the supermarket has now brought them back online and in selected stores.

Phil Smith, Asda Plant Buyer, said: “Snorts, snuffles and splutters affect a quarter of Brits, so for those 16 million snorers, Asda’s Pineapple Plant could be a dream come true – even more-so for sleep deprived partners.

“For those lucky enough to sleep through the night without the disturbance of snoring, the plant is a chic addition to the home which is easy to care for and adds a little touch of The Tropics to any room.”

The £10 plant comes in a gold bowl and grows the small (inedible) fruit every two years.

The plant is grown in Holland and takes between 21 and 24 months to develop the tiny pineapple.

The pineapple plant is not the only option available if you wish to stop snoring.

According to the NHS, there are some simple changes to help prevent it.

Maintain a healthy weight and diet: Being overweight by just a few kilos can lead to snoring.

Try to sleep on your side rather than your back: By sleeping on your back, your tongue, chin and any excess fatty tissue under your chin can relax and squash your airway.

Avoid alcohol before going to bed: Alcohol makes your muscles relax more than usual and can encourage the back of your throat to collapse as you breathe.

Quit or cut down on smoking: Cigarettes can cause swelling and catarrh meaning airflow is decreased.

Keep your nose clear: Breath in through your nose rather than your mouth and use antihistamine tablets or a nasal spray if you suffer any allergies.

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