NHS Dr Karan Raj's 5 snoring exercises to stop you from snoring trends now
The condition is thought affect four in 10 Brits as they sleep.
Snoring — which is caused by the tongue, mouth, throat or airways vibrating as you breathe — is common and not usually a cause for concern.
But there are five doctor-approved exercises which could be the life-changing solution for the more than 30million Brits and 90million Americans struggling with the annoying habit.
They range from sticking your tongue out to wiggling it from side to side and pushing it against the roof of your mouth.
Dr Karan Raj, an NHS surgeon who has accumulated more than 5million followers on TikTok, has recommended his top five tips to put your snoring to bed.
Dr Karan Raj, an NHS surgeon, has recommended exercises which could be the life-changing solution for more than 30 million snoring Britons- it involves getting your tongue moving
While people typically do not want to be a snorer it is actually considered the norm for British people over forty
Stick out your tongue for five seconds
Dr Raj recommended snorers to repeat this relatively simple exercise three or four times to help alleviate your symptoms.
In a TikTok video, which has been viewed more than 400,000 times he said: 'If you want a bit more resistance you can push your tongue against a spoon.'
He then went on to demonstrate this by holding a spoon across his mouth and using his tongue to push against it.
Push your tongue out as far as you can without it feeling strained. The aim is to flex the muscle to improve strength.
Count to five seconds in your head then relax your tongue back inside your mouth for another five seconds.
Dr Raj explained that this exercise, and the others he recommends, 'are basically resistance training for your tongue and throat muscles, to tone them up so they don't flap around or collapse when you sleep'.
'Ultimately, having stronger throat and tongue muscles will help you wake up feeling fresher and 'stop your partner giving you a sleep divorce' Dr Raj added.
Move your tongue left and right
The social media star advised those living with the problem to also try moving their tongue from side to side inside their mouth.
Like how going to the gym regularly can tone up your legs — this exercise helps tone the muscles around the airway so snoring is not