March 21, 2013 1:26am CST
I have difficulty sleeping because my husband is a snorer. Most of the time I try falling asleep before him but when I woke up in the middle of the night, I could not go back to sleep. Sometimes he will sleep on his tummy, this way the snoring is not so loud. Anyone else facing the same problem here? Please share your solutions on how to get better sleep with a snoring partner.
26 Mar 13
Most of my family members do not have snoring issues. However, my future father in law seems to have very serious snoring problem. According to my future mother in law, if you would let him sleep sided, he will not snore or snore lighter when he sleeps. You can try letting your husband sleep either facing the left or right side and see if the problem persist. That solved my future mother in law problem to sleep with snoring partner.
21 Mar 13
snoring is a serious medical condition called sleep apnea. it may stop breathing completely for up to several seconds and may cause to stroke. if situation is not under control then go for an anti snoring device which is available in market in various kind.
31 Mar 16
My hubby never ust to snore but in the past couple of years he's put on some weight ( not over weight but bigger than he was ), and this seems to cause him to snore if he sleeps on his back. It's terribly loud and keeps me up all night. I even go to the spare room or downstairs but I can still hear him.
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
21 Mar 13
My husband snores as well. Although he has told me that I snore as well. It doesn't always bother me, as I usually go to bed before he does. So, his snoring doesn't always affect me, or bother me. However, sometimes it does. There are ways for his snoring not to affect you so much. You can always talk to your doctor to try and find ways for it not to bother you.