Snoring is more of a problem for overweight people.
Visiting the gymnasium is one way people can reduce the amount they snore.
This is because one expert has claimed a healthy lifestyle can "go a long way to stopping snoring".
Ms Marianne Davey, director of the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association, noted this will not completely eradicate the problem, but will offer individuals a degree of control over it.
"An increase of one deviation of BMI is associated with a four-fold increased risk of snoring and/or sleep apnoea," she added.
Ms Davey went on to note it is also a myth that an alcoholic drink before bed aids slumber, as in fact it encourages frequent awakenings.
National Stop Snoring Week runs from April 23rd to 27th and a poll carried out by Premier Inn to coincide with it found couples argue in the bedroom 167 times a year.
The most common reason for this is bickering over the duvet, but second on the list is snoring.