Do you recognize you are snoring while sleeping?

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@liezel25 (292)
Germany
December 22, 2012 3:22pm CST
I think Im starting to snore while sleeping. One time, I was still sleeping about 8am in the morning, I was half awake a little bit because my 1 yr old son keeps poking me. Then I went back asleep. After awhile, I'm so awake and ready to get up, I saw him pretending sleeping and he's making the snoring noise,hehe.. I don't know where he learn it from coz my husband don't snores. Maybe I am, but I didn't recognize it the whole time. Is it possible?
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@clocks123 (1228)
• United States
22 Dec 12
i woke myself up to a snoring noise. i was surprised it came from me.
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@devonavis (1857)
• Greece
23 Dec 12
Haha Just like my mom. She has a very unique snore, it scares me a lot! As if she's gonna die.
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@ryanong (9695)
• Vietnam
23 Dec 12
really?hihihi my mom she does snore but she could not accept it since she didnt snore when she was young...however, not only me complain about it(i could not sleep when ever i share a bed with her), my sis also told her, then finally she did accept the truth that she does snore when sleeping now.
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@devonavis (1857)
• Greece
23 Dec 12
Haha Your kid is so cute I guess. You are right, these babies do not lie and it is possible that he heard your snoring. I do not normally snore but I do when I am very tired before sleeping. I don't know the real reason for this but I think it has something to do with the relaxation or closure of some specific body parts in the neck region. I never researched on this so I'm not that sure. One cannot really recognize if he or she snores during sleeping, unless someone will let him or her know. When a person is asleep, he or she becomes unconscious about the environment so there is no way of knowing it by himself or herself, unless he's gonna be awaken by hi won snore!
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@liezel25 (292)
• Germany
23 Dec 12
Oh no.. I can't believe it I'm starting to snore now..hehe yah, I'm tired sometimes and maybe the result is snoring. Maybe I'll try to record a video while I'm sleepin, thats a good evidence, lol :P
• United States
22 Dec 12
I've only snored once that I know of.I was in class and tired from finals.Someone slapped my desk and I woke up with my mouth wide open and the whole class staring.My friend said you were snoring REALLY loud.My guy has told me that he has never heard me snoring before,maybe thats because he snores like a banshee hisself lol.
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• Howrah, India
23 Dec 12
He he!! that's a very common story of snoring while in a class or listening some boring lecture...
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@Visdude11 (212)
• Norway
22 Dec 12
Well, since your 1 year old is pretending that he is sleeping and is making snoring sounds, means that you are probably snoring :) I remember when I was a child, my mother snored very loud :/ I don't snore, and have never done it before. Snoring usually comes because of stress, and I'm a very relaxed person :)
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• Howrah, India
23 Dec 12
I did't snore while sleeping.May be I snore while I'm deep in my dreams but no one complaint about it.So I'm not sure but I think I did't snore while sleeping...
@ryanong (9695)
• Vietnam
23 Dec 12
yeah, it is good when you don't snore when sleeping. if suddenly you do snore, better you should go to see doctors to find out the reason..
@surekharathi (14134)
• India
30 Dec 12
I think the person who is doing this snoring not know about it because whenever I ask to my danger and sweet hubby and why you are doing such grrrr grrr then he replied I dont know when I started.
@bellis716 (4806)
• United States
24 Dec 12
It is quite possible that you could be snoring and nto know it. Do you sleep on your back and wake up with a dry mouth? If so, I'd venture to say that you are definitely a snorer.
@May2k8 (3634)
• Indonesia
23 Dec 12
My mother told me I always snoring with talking, and I cannot recognize my own. When snoring I was talking in a language that I myself do not know what it means.
@Anne18 (11036)
23 Dec 12
My hubby says that I do snore! I do snore as I have woked myself up by my snoring! Its not nice waking yourself up,
• Pakistan
23 Dec 12
I don't think i snore but my mother certainly does. When ever i tell my mother that you were snoring she never believes. Now i am looking to record my mother's snoring so i can have a proof of it. Sometimes her snoring becomes so loud that i have to wake up. Is there anything which reduces the snoring effect? If there is please tell me one so i can forward it to my mother only if she believes that she does snores.
@cupkitties (6948)
• United States
23 Dec 12
No. I have to be coming out of sleep to hear that. My throat closes if I accidentally roll on my back. I read this has something to do with sleep apnea. Not sure, but it makes me snore too. I can feel it in my throat and it'll get a little sore. Funny thing is it sounds like it comes from another part of the room rather than myself, but I'm the only one in there.
@Arieles (2474)
• United States
23 Dec 12
That's a cute story. I love it! I don't think I snore. I have never been told I snore, and I have never woken up to my own snoring, so it must be a fact. I do not snore. My son snores though, he has asthma. My 13 year old daughter snores occasional, but nothing to be concerned about.
• United States
23 Dec 12
The reasons for snoring are many. It could be from allergies or infection or because of sleeping habits. There are a lot of reasons. A very lot of the reasons are because of sleep apnea. This is a condition that will affect your health and you should have the sleep study to diagnose the condition. If there is a diagnosis then their is a machine that can be used while sleeping to alleviate the condition.
• China
23 Dec 12
When I was too tired,I would snore a bit.But most of time,my roomate said I am quite when I fall asleep.One of my friend would grind her teeth every time she sleep.The sound,to be honest,seemed a little terrible when I waked up at midnight.
• China
23 Dec 12
When I was too tired,I would snore a bit.But most of time,my roomate said I am quite when I fall asleep.One of my friend would grind her teeth every time she sleep.The sound,to be honest,seemed a lit terrible when I waked up at midnight.
@cvbr71 (31)
• India
23 Dec 12
Snoring is a symptom of a problem in our body which may lead to different complications.While we have a sound sleep, we will not know that we are snoring.Your bed partners or any of your family member will be knowing.The cause of snoring is due to various reasons.Excess weight,Inability to breath due to Problem in Throat portion etc.It is advisable to contact Specialist to rectify your problem
• Philippines
23 Dec 12
There are many times that I woke up in the middle of the night and I had observed that I am snoring. It is really funny because it sounds crazy and my mom was always telling me that i snore and I don't believe her. I my snoring is loud sometimes if I am really tired from an outing or from any house hold chores.
@mranjaan (137)
23 Dec 12
I also snored in my sleep, and i dont know how to get rid of it.
@Danzylop (1119)
• Philippines
23 Dec 12
Yes. It happens when I am so tired or depressed. My wife would tell me the morning after that I snored so loud that she was not able to sleep because of the noise I make. And they would sometimes mock me and laugh at me because they did watch me while I was snoring. I will never forgive them for that. lol
@ryanong (9695)
• Vietnam
23 Dec 12
umh, maybe you do snore when you are sleeping. I don't snore when i sleep, and if i hare a bed with a person who does snore, i can not sleep..hix hix... My mom, she didn't snore when she was young but right now she snores out loud...i scare a bit when thinking of snoring when i am old later also...