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It can cause “micro-arousals” – that repeatedly wake you up for a second or two. That prevents you from getting deep, restorative sleep. But there’s a fun way to combat the problem. Sing. In a study, people who sang every day for 20 minutes snored less and had deeper sleep. That’s because singing strengthens the muscles in the soft palate and upper throat – the ones that are the primary cause of snoring.