Does your partner Snore ?

@senthil2k (1501)
India
August 19, 2007 12:47pm CST
Hello, Snoring usually causes some disturbance to the person sleeping beside them. But the situation is worse, when your partner snores. Does you partner snores ? If yes, have you solved it or got used to it? Share your thoughts.
5 responses
@navtech (1776)
• India
20 Aug 07
Dear senthil2k, Of course my partner snore as soon as she get into bed. Since I am habituated to such snoring I do not get disturbed now a day.
@senthil2k (1501)
• India
20 Aug 07
You should be happy that you are not disturbed by that snoring, atleast. Many users above have been disturbed by such snoring. Thanks for your response.
19 Aug 07
Yes, my husband snores like a warthog. I usually find if I go to bed before him then I am already asleep when he gets into bed and am less likely to wake up to hear the dulcet tones of the "hog". If, on the other hand we go to bed at the same time, I find I am lying there waiting for him to start snoring which then keeps me awake anyway! I have tried earplugs but to be honest I reckon I would still hear him if I was stone deaf for the vibrations alone!
@senthil2k (1501)
• India
19 Aug 07
I heard that snoring stops when the person sleeps on his chest instead on his back. Please try that and see if it helps you. Thanks for your response.
@dbhattji (2507)
• India
23 Aug 07
Even my dog snored, but I find it very endearing and not very disturbing.
@senthil2k (1501)
• India
23 Aug 07
LOL. Thanks for your response.
• China
9 Jan 08
Of course, I hate the snore, but my parents are snorer, now my partner began to snore recent days. I was disturbed badly, I cannot sleep well all the night. I'm puzzled, my partner rearly snore, but she abruptly snore very fiercely, recent days. Could you tell me why?
• India
28 Dec 07
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