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March 11, 2024

The Best TEMPUR-Pedic Mattress for Snoring in 2024

couple in bed, man is snoring, woman covers her ears with pillow The Best Tempur Pedic Mattress for Snoring in 2024

Snoring is a common occurrence for sleepers of all ages and is often harmless, but it can be a sign of more severe health issues, especially in adults. TEMPUR-Pedic is one mattress company that continues to develop solutions to sleeping disturbances like snoring to help you get the best night of sleep possible. But what’s the best TEMPUR-Pedic Mattress for Snoring in 2024?

Check out TEMPUR-Pedic’s Snore Response technology available with their Ergo-Smart adjustable base and their Ergo-ProSmart adjustable base.

What Causes Snoring?

Annoyed woman lying in bed with snoring boyfriend at home in the bedroom. She needs a mattress to prevent snoring. Snoring is the result of weakened muscles in your throat or tongue that cause your airway to narrow and produce a vibration as you breathe during sleep. Snoring is an extremely common sleeping issue that can be a result of various causes that are generally harmless. About 45% of adults snore at some point while sleeping, and it is most common in men.

Long-term causes include aging, alcoholism, family history, enlarged adenoids or tonsils, a deviated septum, hypothyroidism, menopause and obesity. Nasal congestion, drinking before bedtime, pregnancy or use of sleeping aids can be short-term causes. Side effects of snoring can be daytime fatigue, irritability, headaches and trouble breathing or suddenly gasping for air.

Loud snoring broken up by pauses in breathing or loud snorts or gasps for air as you sleep can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea that can result in cardiovascular disease or a stroke. Luckily, not everyone who snores has sleep apnea but if you feel you might be a risk you should talk to your doctor to find out.

Signs of possible sleep apnea include breathing pauses, choking or gasping for air as you sleep, loud snoring that disturbs your partner, restless sleeping, chest pain at night, waking up with a sore throat regularly, morning headaches, high blood pressure, daytime drowsiness and difficulty concentrating throughout the day. If you have any of these symptoms or a combination thereof, it is time to consult your doctor.

How to Help Prevent Snoring

Getting a good night of sleep (including finding a mattress for snoring or other bed-related accessories that prevent snoring), sleeping on your side, exercising, losing weight, avoiding alcohol before bedtime, elevating your head to open your airway as you sleep, staying hydrated and taking a hot shower before going to bed to clear nasal congestion caused by allergies or a cold are all precautions you can take to prevent you from snoring or at least to reduce the severity of your snoring.

If your doctor suspects that sleep apnea is the cause of your snoring, you may need to participate in a sleep study at home or in a sleep center.  During your sleep study, a doctor will assess your brainwave activity, breathing patterns, heart rate, oxygen levels, movement of arms and legs, general tossing and turning, your sleep cycle, and your snoring to help uncover any larger issues that may be a concern.

Snoring Treatments

Solutions for managing your snoring range from non-surgical to surgical treatments, depending on the severity of your issue.

Non-surgical solutions to help stop or reduce your snoring naturally may include lifestyle changes to improve your sleep posture and open your airway, medications to reduce or eliminate nasal congestion caused by allergies or the common cold, nasal strips to keep your nasal passages open, or a mouth guard to keep your jaw in the proper position.

Possible surgical solutions to help reduce or eliminate your snoring may include a uvulopalatoplasty to reduce tissue in your soft palate, ablation therapy or somnoplasty that uses radio frequency waves to shrink your excess soft tissue in your soft palate or your tongue, a septoplasty that repairs your deviated septum, a tonsillectomy to remove your tonsils completely, or an adenoidectomy to remove or reduce the size of your adenoids.

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Best Bed to Help With Snoring

The best bed for snoring is not a simple one-answer solution. To reduce or eliminate your snoring, a sleep system is necessary. What this means is that one single mattress is not the answer for everyone. Instead, pairing an adjustable base that allows you to elevate your head properly to open your airway with the right mattress for your lifestyle and sleeping preference is needed.

Pillows to Reduce Snoring

transparent view of person laying down with xray shot of brain to show what's working as you sleep A proper pillow that allows your head and neck to relax naturally and keeps your airway open will also help reduce or even eliminate your snoring. The key to a good pillow, if you snore, is one that keeps your neck and spine in proper alignment. The right pillow for you will depend on your body frame size and preferred sleeping position.

Tempur-Pedic offers an option for everyone. If you are a stomach sleeper or a small frame sleeper, choose a low-profile design. A medium profile design is great for medium-frame sleepers as well as back sleepers. A high-profile pillow is an excellent choice for side sleepers or large-frame sleepers.

Best Tempur-Pedic Beds for Snoring

The best answer to help reduce or eliminate your snoring is a bed that allows you to elevate your head at the appropriate angle and allows your airway to be fully open and easy to breathe.

Any adjustable base will do this for you, but the best solution is one that will do it for you without interrupting you or your partner’s sleep cycle. A great choice for snoring is the TEMPUR-Ergo Smart Base mattress line.

TEMPUR-Ergo Smart Base

TEMPUR-Ergo Smart Base cannot only be adjusted manually to put your head and feet up at the angle you desire but has a built-in “Snore Response” mode that will quietly raise your head automatically if you or your partner start snoring, opening the airway and allowing for better breathing. Paired with any Tempur-Pedic or luxury mattress, your snoring may become an issue of the past.

The TEMPUR-Ergo Smart Base also features the Sleeptracker AI system to track your sleeping patterns and offer you tips to get better sleep. It comes with a wireless remote featuring a preset zero gravity button, a sleep button, a TV button, two-zone massage and under-bed lighting.

TEMPUR-Ergo ProSmart Base

Tempurpedic ProAdapt Hybrid TEMPUR-Ergo ProSmart Base is just like the regular Ergo Smart base in that the frame can be adjusted manually to put your head and feet up at the angle you desire and features the “Snore Response” mode that senses snoring and adjusts your head automatically to allow you to breath better to reduce snoring.

But the TEMPUR-Ergo ProSmart Base also includes

  • The Sleeptracker AI system tracks your sleeping patterns and offers coaching and sleeping tips
  • The Soundscape mode allows you not only to hear but also feel any sounds or music you connect with a bluetooth device
  • A wind-down program that cycles through different base positions during the individualized massage program
  • Wave form massage provides a unique, relaxing massage experience by using sound waves to transmit vibrations

Both of the TEMPUR-Ergo Smart base models come with USB-A and USB-C ports for smartphone charging and a 25-year warranty. You will be sleeping on your TEMPUR-Ergo Smart base for many years to come.

Reduce Your Snoring Today with a Tempur-Pedic Mattress

Stop by any of our Mattress Express locations today to try out the TEMPUR-Ergo Smart Bases yourself.