Snoring is a common problem among snoring babies. The sound of the voice may be heard a few times a day, even if no one is around. In some cases, a person snores, but it's a very loud snoring sound that is difficult to control or suppress. If a person has a lot of noise coming from the mouth (snoring), it's possible to feel something in the mouth at all times. This is called "nosebleeds." In other cases, a person is not breathing in through the mouth, but through the nose. In this case, it may be difficult for the person to snore. This is called "migraine snoring." Most adults can't hear the snoring in their sleep, but if there is an adult in the bed with them, they may be able to hear. There may also be a "motor noise" coming from the person with the snoring. This may be in the form of a heavy breathing noise, a grinding or grinding of teeth or a sound from the person's head. People with migraine or a history of migraines have a greater risk for these types of noises coming in the night.
How to Treat Snotty Snoring There is a variety of remedies to help someone who is snoring.