Snore Suppression Suppress snoring, it is one of the most common symptoms of the disorder. But how does it come about? The most important thing to understand is that snoring is a reflex, not a disease. The snoring reflex is triggered by the pressure placed on the airway, the pressure that the airway normally receives from breathing. A reflex response causes the airway to move back and forth. The movement of the airway makes it difficult for air to flow out of the nose and back to the mouth. Snoring can cause this pressure to rise. If this pressure is too high, the snoring reflex does not work as well and the snorer will try to breathe through their mouth. The result is that the snorer will not be able to sleep well, and they may even wake up during the night, feeling unwell. This article describes the symptoms of the snoring reflex, the reasons why people are unable to resist snoring, and how to treat snoring. I also discuss other snoring symptoms such as excessive panting, sleep apnea, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and sleep paralysis. I have also included an exercise program to help you learn how to help your snorer by doing just one thing each day. Finally, I discuss how to help others to stop snoring.