It's National Stop Snoring Week this week and if you live with a snorer you'll know exactly how frustrating it can be when you're trying to get to sleep.
And if you're a snorer yourself, we've found 10 different remedies that you can buy to help you try and stop snoring and get yourself - and your other half - a better night's sleep!
From mouthpieces to nasal strips, snoring rings and throat sprays, here are 10 different gadgets and what you need to know about them so that you can decide which one is right for you.
Re:Balance snoring throat strips 21 pack, £5.69 from Boots
Snoring happens when the soft tissue at the back of the throat relaxes during sleep, and breathing causes this tissue to vibrate. Boots' snoring throat strips work by toning and lubricating the soft tissue to reduce these vibrations.
Boots say they start work immediately and work throughout the night.
Stop snore ring, £9.99 from Holland and Barrett
This snore ring works with principles of acupressure. It should be worn on the little finger so that the copper style ring applies a slight pressure to a specific meridian line. If you're a heavy snorer, you can wear both rings, one on each little finger, which is said to work better than just wearing one alone.
SnoreMD stop snoring mouthpiece, £16.99 from Amazon
This mouthpiece has a dental lab quality design which provides a custom fit for each individual mouth and has 1mm increments that lets the mouthpiece gently push the lower jaw forward to open the airway and allow the air to move while you sleep. It does not have any moving parts to ensure safety.
Helps Stop Snoring throat spray, £4.99 from Superdrug
Helps Stop Snoring say the throat spray is a unique blend of natural essential oils that gets to work immediately.
Snoreeze lozenges 16 pack, was £7.95 now £5.96 from Ocado
Snoreeze lozenges have a mint taste and dissolve quickly for immediate effect. They work by toning and lubricating the soft tissue at the back of the throat.
Helps Stop Snoring throat rinse, £7.99 from Boots
This throat rinse is made up of a blend of 11 essential oils to help you stop snoring and have fresher breath. Simply use it nightly after brushing your teeth.
Slumberdown anti-snore single pillow, £6 from Tesco
The Slumberdown anti-snore pillow helps to encourage better breathing by supporting the head and neck. It's also wipe clean with 100% cotton cover and 100% polyester hollowfibre filling and foam core.
Breathe Right nasal strips 30 pack £13.99 from Superdrug
Breath Right's nasal strips gently opens nasal passages to help you breathe better, relieve nasal congestion and reduce snoring. The nasal strips have adhesive to hold them in place and have two flexible spring-like pieces that pull nasal passages open.
SnoreVents, £9.99 from Amazon
SnoreVents has been designed to open up your nasal passages to maximize airflow which relieves snoring. There are four different sizes so you can pick one that suits you best, and it comes with an anti-bacterial travel case so you can keep it clean.
Anti-snore chin strap by One Planet, £15.71 from Amazon
One Planet's adjustable anti-snore chin strap is designed to be worn comfortably so that it doesn't disrupt your sleep. It secures and relaxes your jaw while keeping your mouth closed and opens up your airflows to reduce snoring.