This seems awfully medieval for medical advice, so please take it as information only and don't sue me.


A hospital in Boston is running a test right now on a new technique to stop people from snoring: Taping their mouths shut. They aren't using duct tape or anything, they're using a special device that sticks to your mouth and keeps it shut while you sleep. It forces you to breathe through your nose.

But that's not all. The researchers think it could also help fight sleep apnea, because it forces the person to breathe through their nose, which can help stop their throats from closing up. Unfortunately there's no word on when this anti-snoring mouth tape might go on sale.

Read more at Daily Mail.