In this article, I'll compare some snoring products to see if the claims are really accurate. The products are ordered alphabetically by brand name. I will also compare some of the products to the products I'm reviewing now and compare some other products. In addition, some people's symptoms of snoring have changed. If you've ever snored, this will be helpful. Snoring: what causes it and why? "It's just a snore." What the snorer says! (If you've ever had a snore, the word is often used to describe a full-body sensation, and some snorers claim to have no snoring at all. It doesn't happen!) What you hear is a lot different from the actual noise you make. Snoring can sound like someone else's voice is being made through the nose, with a lot of loud sounds, and it may go away, or it may become worse. Snoring may be caused by obstructions (e.g., a tummy or throat) that have become lodged in the back of the throat, which prevents oxygen from reaching the head. Snoring can be a symptom of a disease (for example, obstructive sleep apnea) that makes the airway narrower, narrowing the airway. Sneezing is a common and irritating sound, which you hear when the mucus membranes in your nose clog, and are compressed against your upper cheek.