Hi Rudolph! Thanks for being a loyal forum reader!
I have heard various methods people have tried over the years for success in keeping the upper airway clear when they still only have slight snoring.
Some keep their necks in a perfect alignment with certain pillows, thus putting the upper airway in the perfect position for unobstructed breathing. (I will repost a previous message about this next).
Some people sleep in recliner chairs and use a neck pillow to avoid sore necks in the morning from their heads relaxing over to the side once sleep begins. Sitting up like that keeps the airway aligned, and so does the neck pillow.
Adhesive nasal strips are another option for slight snoring. Sometimes a deviated septum is the culprit there.
Keep abreast of your snoring situation. If it gets worse, seek medical attention because snoring is the “cousin” of sleep apnea-- most times apnea begins after some time has passed.
Best of luck and thank you for reading and posting!
Sleep well…Be well!