Post # 16
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 # 17
Its sad. I tried talking to him about it, even showed him your responses to what could happen. He said he didnt care and he didnt want to know if he has apnea cause “i dont want to have a ton of diseases.” i told him just because you are too ignorant to want to know if you have it, doesnt mean you dont have it! said if he dies young thats his own stubborn fault. nice to know he cares enough about our life together to care for his own health.
Post # 18
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
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
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.