Snoring Problems - Blame It on the Dog
It always seems that the dog is getting blamed for something, especially
for things that they aren't guilty of in the first place. If you find
that you are storing at night and you have a dog in the room with you,
however, you might actually be able to legitimately blame the dog for
your problems. No, it's not that the dog is snoring and you are getting
blamed for it but it might just be that the dog is causing you to store
so ultimately, it is his fault. Let's take a look at why this might be
You might be surprised to find out just how common dog allergies are.
Many people who are dog owners suffer from dog allergies don't even
realize it. They may simply dismiss some of the more common symptoms,
such as burning eyes, a stuffy nose and perhaps even snoring as being
something that is fairly common. The simple fact of the matter is, these
things are not common and they should be looked into if you're suffering
from them. You might find out that you are actually allergic to your dog
but if you do, what are you going to do about it?
Very few of us who are allergic to our dogs are going to be willing to
get rid of them because of it. For that reason, we need to find another
way to take care of the situation so we are not suffering needlessly.
The first thing that you need to do is to banish the dog from your
bedroom at night. Whenever you are sleeping, you breathe much deeper and
that means that you are breathing the allergens from the dog dander in
much more deeply as well. If you do not have the dog in the bedroom,
that will not become an issue.
You may also want to consider getting a high quality air filter for your
bedroom as this will do a lot of good in removing the allergens from your
sleeping area. You can also do some things with the dog to make the
dander less of a problem. Giving him a bath on a regular basis, perhaps
once a week can do wonders. You should also make sure that you're
brushing him regularly and that you include some high-quality fats in his
diet as this will keep him from shedding regularly.