The latest in the list of snoring solutions is the invention of the ‘snore absorption room’. Being as much a sleep deprived species as we human beings are, it goes without saying that we do not like the few quiet hours of rest to be hampered by snoring.
If you are among the many sufferers who have been unable to find effective snoring solutions for your partner’s loud habit, technology and architecture suggests you soundproof your room for a good night’s sleep or have a ‘snore room’ built in especially for your partner.
Of course, the flip side of undisturbed sleep in a separate room could be the deterioration of an otherwise healthy relationship. As much as sleep deprivation harms relationships, health, and work efficiency, catching up on sleep in a separate bedroom may wreak havoc on the intimacy quotient of your relationship.
Many people get used to their partner’s snoring habits, but that does not, in any way, undermine the need to control or even eliminate snoring.
‘Generation now’ has other priorities, and sleep is definitely in the top three. So, snoring solutions are no more as simple as years of conditioned adjustment. You would be surprised to know the popularity of soundproof rooms among other snoring solutions. Many resorts and high-end hotels have introduced ‘snore absorption rooms’ so that couples on vacation can catch up on their sleep and be rejuvenated for the following day’s activities.
Soundproofing is not an uncommon or new phenomenon; many musicians set up soundproofed walls or rooms in their homes so as not to inconvenience their families or neighbors. The introduction of soundproof rooms as viable snoring solutions is the only concept that is relatively new.
How exactly does soundproofing work?
The technology behind soundproofing aims at capturing the “dreaded” noise produced by snorers within the room and then trying to lessen its impact so that it does not wake the snorer or any other individual up. Soundproofed walls absorb sound frequencies and then deflect them. The deflection of sound waves helps minimize the impact of the noise to a great extent. Soundproofing also makes use of technology to reduce the reverberation of the deflected noise.
Additionally, a soundproof room ensures that no noise from outside enters in, while also inhibiting the escape of internal noise. This is one of the best snoring solutions, since it ensures that the person who snores does not get disturbed either. Individuals tend to snore much less and sometimes even not at all when they are fast asleep. Therefore, creating an environment which initiates sleep and involves peace and calm can help the snorer fall asleep deep enough to not notice his/her own snoring.
There are plenty of snoring solutions involving lifestyle changes, bedtime habits, sleeping postures, surgeries, medications, exercises and other therapies. The decision to soundproof your room should not be based on the lack of options because, in reality, there is no scarcity of ways to stop snoring.