do you snore?

Philippines
March 5, 2009 12:34am CST
ofcourse we'll never know unless our family member will wake up you one night and tell us that we're snoring. :D snoring for some is cause of a tiring day and for some this is normal or an ill already. i used to ask hubby when we start living together under in one roof if i snore he says am not... and he asked why? i told him coz you snore LOL :D i think sometimes he snores so loud because of a tiring day at work. :) bout you guys? :D thanks in advance for sharing!:) happy myLotting!;) Godabless!0=)
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@ellen_mom (174)
• United States
5 Mar 09
I snore so loud that sometimes I wake myself up. LOL My 4 year old says my bedroom is where the bear sleeps.
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• Philippines
6 Mar 09
haha :D funny story ;) thanks for sharing!:) happy myLotting!:) Godabless!0=)
@iamsolucky (1243)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
when i am so tired, i think i snore. But not when my day was ok and not so stress. My boyfriend told me he snore loud so i better be prepared for that. Hahahaha
• Philippines
6 Mar 09
haha you should LOL :D thanks for sharing!;) happy myLotting!:) Godabless!0=)
@allen0187 (32566)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
yes i do snore a little. however, when i had a really tiring day, i snore a lot. lol! that's why i try to always sleep on my side so that i won't snore as much. anyway, snoring maybe a symptom of a more serious health problem like sleep apnea so it's always best to undergo a medical checkup to make sure that it's just a simple case of snoring. anyway, i've always avoiding eating too much at night so i don't have to go to sleep full. that's another cause of snoring. also, having sinus problems lead to snoring. anyway, you can always use ear plugs when your husband's snoring becomes unbearable. lol! or you can always hit him with a pillow to wake him up when he snores. hahaha!!! cheers!!!
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• Philippines
6 Mar 09
haha :D thanks for sharing! ;) appreciate it :) happy myLotting!:) Godabless!0=)
• India
5 Mar 09
No, I dont snore. I asked from many of my family members and my friends which saw me at the time of sleep. They told me that i not snorring in sleep. But my some family members and friends snorring loudly. I dont like snoring sound, because it irritating me when i trying to sleep. So i feel very upset when someone snorring at my bedside.
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• Philippines
6 Mar 09
wow good for you ;) yeah the sound is irritating especially when you want to go to sleep and tired for the whole day activity! ;) thanks for sharing!:) happy myLotting!:) Godabless!0=)
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• South Africa
13 Mar 09
Not usually but I did when I was pregnant - it was funny. I used to wake myself up never mind my poor husband. Ha Ha
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@quinnkl (1668)
• United States
9 Mar 09
I only snore (so far) if I have a cold or sinus trouble. But most people on my mother's side of the family snore LOUDLY. So I am sure my time is coming.
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@walijo2008 (4648)
• United States
9 Mar 09
Yeah, I know I snore, sometimes I'll wake myself up snoring..lol. My husband also says that I do, whenever I start snoring he'll nudge my arm and I'll turn over, as long as I'm on my side I won't snore, but as soon as I get on my back, I'll start it. I don't know how many times a night, he makes me turn over, sometimes it gets irritating, he says, I protest..haha. He snores too tho, so he can't say I'm the only one who does it.
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@jdyrj777 (6558)
• United States
7 Mar 09
Theres been a few time i feel asleep ina chair and wake myself with my own snoring. Lol! Once i was laying in bed watching tv. Miss Kitty was sitting on her perch. My chest. Everytime i dozed off she nipped my nose. So i think i musta started snoring as soon as i dozed off. After about 4 times i chased her off.
• Philippines
7 Mar 09
Hey there! Sometimes I do snore, my mother tells me. But, I don't snore loud. Have a nice day. Happy posting!!
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@bellis716 (4806)
• United States
7 Mar 09
My husband says I snore whenever I sleep on my back. I'm sure he's right because I wake up with a dry mouth. Due to arthritis and MS, I cannot sleep on either my right side or my stomach. I try to sleep on my left side but automatically flip over to my back as soon as I go to sleep. I think this is because I have difficulty breathing after a short time on my side. If my snoring bothered my husband, he could always go sleep in the computer room. He snores sometimes, too.
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@nanajanet (4436)
• United States
6 Mar 09
My husband always snored, badly. I only started when I gained weight. We spent many nights with one of us on the couch from his snoring. Once my son moved out, my husband took his room and NOW we both get a good night's sleep. It is good for our love life because we are not crabby and ticked off about it.
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• India
6 Mar 09
No body ever told me that I snore. So, I guess that I don't snore. But, I find it quite irritating to sleep with some one who snores. When I was in hostel my roomie used to snore and I could not sleep at night. Even sometimes I had to sleep putting papers into my ears.
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• Philippines
6 Mar 09
I don't snore. I'm the person you'll have no problem with when you sleep beside me in a room. My hubby snores loudly as in everyday maybe because she's tired from work that it's difficult for me to sleep. Sometimes, I wake her up to tell her that she snores loudly and I couldn't sleep.
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@youless (90089)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Mar 09
snore - snore is a kind of noise
I don't snore. But my husband snores loudly. At the beginning I couldn't get to it. But as time goes by, right now without his snores, perhaps I can't sleep well:) I love China
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@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
6 Mar 09
When I went to an english camp before to help korean pratice their english communication skills, I shared a bed with another teacher who happens to admit that he snores. It was so loud that even our other co-teachers staying in the same Villa would react to it. Fortunately, I could even sleep even when the television is blaring so, his snoring wasn't that much of a problem for me. On the other hand, that teacher whom I share a bed with remarked that I don't snore but, actually speak english when I sleep. Now, why do I speak english in my sleep even though that I am a filipino? I don't know but, a co-teacher who heard about that account during dinner commented that I have grasped the english language enough to even speak it during my sleep. I don't know if I should be proud about speaking things while I sleep in english since, it would often surprise others most of the time..
@TnWoman (1896)
• United States
6 Mar 09
hello myralmedo lol i guess that everybody snores in their sleep like that. i cannot stand it when that my hubby snores so loudly that he wakes me up in the middle of the night like that. grrr. what i do not understand about him snoring that loud, why doesn't that wake him up? lol duh. you know? lol i do not understand that one at all. and i think that it is funny thou, when my dog, Doughnut snores in her sleep. she makes the strangest sounds when that she is sleeping. lol and i have heard my eleven year old son snoring loud like that from his bedroom at night, all the way in my room! lol but i have really never heard my eight year old son snoring at all. hum, i guess that i will have to sneak into his bedroom sometime while that he is asleep and see if he snores as well. lol his bedroom is all the way down the hallway from my bedroom. maybe that is why i haven't ever noticed him snoring. lol take care and have a beautiful evening.
@yaasir (37)
• South Africa
5 Mar 09
I am a snorer normally brought on by over tiredness or stress. There has been times that I could hear myself snore in my sleep fortunately my snoring according to the missus is tolerable not as bad as what has been heard before.
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@modstar (9612)
• Philippines
5 Mar 09
Oh yes, I snore so bad my mother had to run to my room and hit me with a big pillow to wake me up. Imagine that. Her room is like at the other end of the house and she heard that?!:-D
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@HelloMickey (1663)
• Hong Kong
5 Mar 09
My hubby snores, and my pug snores too. They two just make a surround sound around me. I am used to it now. I have slept with my pug for 9 years and I never blame him for his snores, but once I got married and my hubby always falls asleep fast, I started to complain his snores, because I can't sleep at the first week, but funny enough, I started to accept my hubby's snore too after this first week. Then if a night his snore is too loud that make me can't sleep, I will pat him on his arms and the snore would turn soft and smaller. Once I can drop asleep, I won't be waken by the surround-sound snores inside my bedroom. Happy mylotting:)
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@xbrendax (2668)
• United States
5 Mar 09
They say I snore and have tried to record me but every time they try to put a recorder near me, I suddenly shoot up out of bed and say: It'll never work! You know I can't be recorded! I don't know how I can do that, out of a sound sleep but I can and it scares the hell out of them, ha ha ha!
• Philippines
6 Mar 09
haha :P thanks for sharing!;) Godabless!0=)