Congestion can have a significant impact on sleep quality. When a person is congested, the nasal passages and airways become narrowed, making it harder to breathe. This can result in snoring, breathing disruptions, mouth breathing, and even sleep apnea, which can all disrupt the sleep cycle and lead to poor sleep quality. Tivic ClearUP has been shown to improve sleep health. Consider using it twice a day, once before bedtime, to improve your breathing and help you get a more restful night sleep.
Head pain can impact sleep. Carefully read the labeling of any medication that you take for head pain, as some list side effects of insomnia, restlessness, heart palpitations, and even headache itself. Consider alternatives like Tivic ClearUP, which is the only FDA-approved sinus biolectronic device. Hot compresses, reduced noise, and limiting alcohol before bedtime may also help.
Exercise can help you sleep better. Regular physical activity has been shown to improve sleep quality and duration, as well as reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. However, it’s important to note that the timing and intensity of exercise can also impact sleep. Exercising too close to bedtime can increase your heart rate and body temperature, making it harder to fall asleep.
Snoring can be caused by a variety of factors, including mouth breathing. When you breathe through your mouth, it can cause the tissues in the back of your throat to vibrate, resulting in the sound of snoring. Mouth breathing can also cause your tongue and other tissues in your mouth to relax and fall back, further narrowing your airway and contributing to snoring. Consider trying Tivic ClearUP to help you breathe better through your nose.
One of the primary reasons for CPAP device returns is related to congestion.
When a person’s breathing is compromised due to congestion, the body may also have to work harder to get enough oxygen, which can cause the person to wake up feeling tired and groggy. Tivic ClearUP provides congestion relief, so you can breathe better and sleep better. It is important to address the underlying cause of congestion to improve overall sleep health.