(Closed) advice for snorers

posted 4 years ago in Relationships
Post # 16
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5974 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

jss77:  We sleep in separate rooms. End of story. We are married, but don’t “have” to sleep together. I’d like to, of course, but it ain’t gonna happen.

My ex-hsuband had sleep apnea and refused to wear the mask/cpap machine. Now he has had a few small strokes.

Post # 18
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838 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I feel like I’m the only girl who snores!!! My husband gets so annoyed sometimes but I literally can’t help it. I’ve seen 3 different ENT’s and they all said I have too much flesh on my soft palate and they can do surgery (not covered by insurance) which is effective only 50% of the time. I snore no matter what position I’m in. I feel so bad about it but my husband luckily falls back to sleep quickly after i wake him. I would definitely make your fiance go to a doctor!

Post # 19
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2901 posts
Sugar bee

Have you recorded him snoring and then played it back to him at full volume yet?

He’s in denial but it’s worth a go.

 

 

Post # 20
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4889 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Sleep apnea treatment prevents a lot of diseases. Like hypertension, stoke, erectile dysfinction, a fib, you name it. It’s a potentially life threatening disorder. 

im sorry he’s being so stubborn. Very frustrating when someone is being like that. 

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