(Closed) Snoring!!!

posted 10 years ago in Relationships
Post # 17
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552 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

@ Miss Olive- I do EXACTLY the same thing. I just read your post out loud to my Fiance and he was like… why are you telling the internet about our bedroom!? haha

Post # 18
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267 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I sleep with Earplugs. It’s the only way I can tone it out. Luckily he doesn’t snore Heavy every night. But this time of year when it’s cold and flu season; when he gets the sniffles and some congestion I have to do something. All last week I slept on the pull out couch because he had a cold. I had to try a couple different types of earplugs before i found good ones that don’t hurt my ears. Good Luck. I really don’t have any solutions; just the earplugs are helping us as of now; till we figure something better out.

Post # 19
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3586 posts
Sugar bee

We both snore, him louder than I though. When he snores EXTREMELY LOUD, I rub his back for a while and that stops him. That may help you.

Post # 20
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1347 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I nudge him until he wakes up and rolls over. Usually he feels so bad he starts to whine in his sleep that he’s sorry. I also use one of those white noise machines, to drown out our poor kitty who meows at night (he’s not allowed in the bedroom because I can be allergic!).

My sister has a pillow that she swears by – it’s just one of those really stiff pillows that mold to your head and gets softer as you put your head on it. Supposedly this kind of pillow will support your head so you don’t snore so much.

Post # 21
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687 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

@MrsK2be…i feel your pain! i have been considering permanently sleeping in my cats bedroom (yes my cats have their own room, its also a guest bedroom i guess) but i really hate to become one of “those couples” that end up sleeping in seperate bedrooms. doesn’t seem healthy. 

for now, i’m taking sleeping pills about every other night since i do stay up later than him and i can’t sleep if he’s already snoring.  the other nights i try to sleep at the same time that he does and i only wake up a few times night. 

we have tried several things but he refuses to go to the doctor over it. and i can’t wear ear plugs, i get ear infections too easily.  hopefully we get it figured out soon we’re both getting to be grumpy sleepers.

Post # 23
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8351 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2011

My Fiance snores so loud that I can hear him several rooms away. We have tried everything and nothing so far has worked, so we have opted for separate rooms to sleep in. We have been together for just over 9 1/2 years. It is sad to sleep apart, but it is better than not getting any sleep and making each other upset; me by his snoring and him by me trying in vain to get him to stop umteen times during the night. We are in a much better mood the following day when we get a good nights sleep. It is more healthy for us to sleep in separte rooms than together, and we still have intimacy. It’s just his room or mine. It is kind of nice because we both get to decorate our rooms how we want. We are also not banned from each others rooms, so any time one of us wants to visit the other, the door is always open for that.

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