- This is just about what I was thinking. Your head may be dropping forward as your neck flattens out. I used one of those U-shaped flocked inflatable travel pillows until reading Kevin (StoveStomper) Smith's idea. He found some of those 3 section inflatable float-thingies for small children's arms, and cut off the inner section that doesn't inflate. The remaining 2 chambers support my neck perfectly in a hammock and they are incredibly light.
Posted by: "michael thomas" blackoracle69@...<mailto:blackoracle69@...> scalphunter36330
Date: Wed Feb 14, 2007 6:32 pm ((PST))
try placing a rolled up towel or other such thing under you neck .sounds
like you are laying too flat and your tongue is slidding back causing the
bad snoreing.. safe journeys
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