Do you snore or talk in your sleep?

India
July 13, 2007 10:32pm CST
I have been told that I dont snore ,but I talk alot during my sleep.My friends in my hostel tell me that I talk a lot.Who are the snorers of mylot?
5 responses
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
14 Jul 07
I really snore with reasonable sound I was told. My son murmurs while asleep.
• India
14 Jul 07
May be your son murmurs because of the reasonable sound with which you are snoring(lol)
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
14 Jul 07
No he sleeps in another room where he cannot hear me snoring. Probably, the children undergo a lot of conflicting views, some exciting news during the day time and sleep talks have some relation to it.
• Philippines
18 Jul 07
My sister told me, that when i was stressed at the days work, i snore when i sleep. And when i have a problem unresolved she told me i was talking in my sleep, i don't know what is the connection, the only thing i know is that i still bring my problem even on sleeping.
• India
18 Jul 07
Yes I too have the same problem.If we have any unfinished work or if anything had deeply disturbed us during the day,it would make us talk during sleep .Thanks for responding grecy
@jonaida (574)
• Philippines
14 Jul 07
Wah! I also snore, they tell me. Could I say I don't because I don't hear myself snoring? Could that be an excuse?hahaha! They say it's a respiratory problem, and I've heard that to minimize this I must lean on my side when sleeping never sleep on my back. I'm trying but I think it doesn't work for me.
• India
14 Jul 07
Hey jonaida.Its good to know that you aren't giving any excuses by saying I don't know..Try different postures of sleeping and give mylotters a solution to avoid snoring(lol)
@youless (93673)
• Guangzhou, China
14 Jul 07
I don't snore or talk when I am sleeping. My husband snores but he won't talk. It takes me some time to adjust to his snores:)
• India
14 Jul 07
yeah it is a tough job to adjust to snores while sleeping.
@pendragon (3352)
• United States
14 Jul 07
I snore my gf talks, we're quite the noisy pair.