Work your vowels!
This next exercise should serve to loosen up both your tongue and your actual jaw muscles before you to go sleep. So if you are slightly self conscious you might want to try this exercise while in the bathroom or when you are not with your partner. For this exercise you want to actually repeat all of the vowels in the alphabet over and over at least twenty to thirty five times. You don’t have to yell the letters but you do want to say them loud enough that you actually feel your throat move with the effort. As you repeat the process over and over again you should start to feel your muscles relax and loosen up. This is no different than what a singer might do before going on stage. Speaking of singing..
So this is probably the second most ambitious exercise we have on this list. Singing isn’t something everybody feels comfortable doing. In fact, many people don’t think that they can sing at all. Regardless to your personal opinion on your singing the fact of the matter is that singing can help you alleviate yourself of snoring issues. Singing helps you learn to control your soft palate and that control extends to the other parts of your throat and mouth that contribute to snoring issues. Obviously you don’t need to become a professional singer, but you need to learn to control your voice a little bit. Do it in the car, in the shower, or whenever you have the free opportunity.