To find out about what is effective for me, I went through the list and tried all of them. I do not recommend some of them. If you are on the list, you may not even know about them. Some people are very resistant to sleeping with the snoring and some people can't help themselves from snoring. Here's what I found:
Laryngotracheal Resection (LLR) is a procedure in which the lower esophagus is cut open so that the air sacs can be removed. There are two versions of LRT. The first is called LRT2 and it is available in both United States and the European Union. It involves the use of a catheter and a small balloon. If the balloon isn't used, the air sacs will remain. The catheter is inserted through a small incision in the side of the throat and then is inflated by a syringe pump. This is the second version of LRT. It is also called LRT, or Laryngotracheal Extraction, which is the name used in the United States and in Europe.
In most people, a few weeks to a month after surgery, you will begin to hear snoring again. Usually, a few days after your first sleep, you will be able to sleep again.