As far as I know, the answer is no.  I have never seen any data on the use of hypnosis for snoring.  As snoring can be related to several medical conditions, I would recommend finding a licensed medical doctor that can evaluate the situation.

Some people who snore suffer from sleep apnea and require a breathing mask.  I have worked with several people who feel like they are suffocating or experiencing a fear response when they wear their prescribed breathing mask at night.  I have been able to help those individuals relieve the fear and the suffocating feeling.

 

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William Wood

William Wood is a hypnotherapist, professional coach, and international trainer. Will has helped thousands of clients all over the United States, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, and Peru create powerful personal transformation. William sees clients in Ogden, Utah, and over Skype. If you would like to book a consultation with William, or invite him to speak at your next event, you can contact me here:

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