Post # 1
Mine doesn’t usually. But tonight, wow! I can’t sleep at all…so here I am.
I really hope he doesn’t develop a chronic snoring habit when we get older. I think we’d have to get separate bedrooms, hee!
(Not sure where to put this, so I’m putting it in Wellness…b/c lack of sleep def. affects mine)
Post # 3
mine use to snore but then we both went on diets and he lost about 40lbs and the snoring is gone!
but hes kinda lactose intolerant so if he has cream milk or icecream he will snore so we now have soy products in the fridge (very tasty) so that problem solved too
heheheh, once i put a pillow on his face as i was so fed up with the lack of sleep…. he woke up saying "honey, why is there a pillow on my face". i told him i was debating whether to add pressure or not 🙂
hopefully your man will settle down and you can get some sleep soon
Post # 4
Mine doesn’t snore, but he can "breathe loudly" sometimes. We don’t live together now, but I am such a particular/light sleeper I’m sure it will still drive me mad once we are living together and sharing a bed!
Post # 5
My fiance has sleep apnea, so yes if he doesn’t wear his machine he will snore me out of the room. I just sleep with ear plugs now
Post # 6
Mine does sometimes. Usually it depends on how tired he is or if he had a lot of alcohol the night before.
Post # 7
My Fiance does not snore. The only time I heard him snore was because he was laying wrong with his chin touching his chest. Other than that he is a quiet sleeper. Thank God!
Post # 8
My fiance doesn’t snore, or at least not to my knowledge (I’ve only slept with him four times, so I haven’t had much experience!).
=) I make noises and talk in my sleep, though. And he’ll talk back you you if you talk to him while he’s asleep (but only when he’s sick). However, the conversation won’t make any sense.
Post # 9
Once in awhile he’ll snore. It hasn’t been so bad that I can’t sleep at night, but then again, I can pretty much sleep through anything.
Post # 10
I’m up, he’s still asleep. There is no justice in this world, I tell ya!
Post # 11
Mr. Spin is also a heavy breather when he sleeps, but he definitely snores about 50% of the time. But uh, I can’t judge, because both my parents are heavy snorers and I know I snore pretty hard sometimes. 😀 But thankfully I sleep like a rock most of the time, so it’s not a big deal. Mostly I’m just jealous that he can fall asleep in like 2 seconds after laying down. Makes me laugh. ^_^
Post # 12
Hubby doesn’t snore unless he’s sick and his nose is all stuffed up. My mom on the other hand? HORRIBLE snorer… even putting headphones on to try to drown it out doesn’t work. And I’m a heavy sleeper too…
Post # 13
he does, and I HATE it!
Funny thing though, I have always said I am the ‘quitest’ sleeper, and he always says I snore to make me mad, and of course I think he is just teasing me. This morning he whipped out a recording of me snoring on his cell phone! sigh….lol
Post # 14
Fiance snores very loud sometimes. Our joke is that his loudest snores are like the sound of a thousand Formula 1 race cars all turning on their engines at the same time. It does wake me up sometimes, and I have to nudge him a bit to make him stop snoring so I can go back to sleep.
But when he’s traveling to a conference and I’m home alone and I can sleep in the middle of the bed with no snoring sounds around me, I feel like it’s too quiet because I’ve gotten used to his snores and then I get sad when I don’t hear them 🙁
Post # 15
- Wedding: September 2009 - Harbison Chapel & The Maple Lane Farm
Sometimes my Fiance snores, and then sometimes he does this weird mouth sound, it’s really quiet but it’s like a little pop sound with every breath and it drives me nuts! I guess I’m a super sensitive sleeper, I really can’t take any noise from him. sigh.
Post # 16
He only snores occasionally and usually stops if I give him a slight push.