snoring

@mansha (6301)
India
November 7, 2006 7:32am CST
Do you know someone who snores? do you feel irritated by it? Is there any cure for it? My husband snores and sometimes my son too. what should I do?
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@mcmomss (2601)
• United States
13 Nov 06
My husband snores and it drives me crazy. I usually elbow him and that wakes him up enough that he stops for a little bit.
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@mansha (6301)
• India
13 Nov 06
I have tried that but he never gets up.
• Canada
13 Nov 06
poking them works. For some reason, they need to sleep awhile before snoring again.
• India
7 Nov 06
I dont get irritated by it but yes i cant sleep with that sound running all the time in night...I dont think there is any solution to this problem.Even my father has this problem but as i have a seperate room i dont get disturbed by that.
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@mansha (6301)
• India
13 Nov 06
better luck than mine
@mansha (6301)
• India
13 Nov 06
better luck than mine
@weemam (13377)
1 Jul 07
My hubby and I both snore a bit but we have been married almost 46 years now and we just gently shake the other and say can you turn over on your side sweetheart and it usually gives us both time to go back to sleep , we are just so used to each other now xx
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@mansha (6301)
• India
4 Jul 07
46 years wow that is a very long time. I wonder whe will our marriage be that old and that solid. Its not my hubby I worry about its my son. I too, nudge my hubby ,if he is snoring.
• Canada
13 Nov 06
my dad snores- I remember hearing him snore like crazy and not being able to sleep because of it. I don't think there's anything you can do about it. I used to snore too- something about my tonsils being too big, vibrations, and stuff like that. They're gone now (they're removed), and I don't snore anymore, but that's not really a solution to your problem!
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@mansha (6301)
• India
14 Nov 06
do you have any problems after removal of tonsils? and thanks for response.
@boopeshm (89)
• India
8 Nov 06
Ok wat shld we do to ignore snoring.... Wear some ear guards before sleeping . Or close ur ear with cotton. Last but not least Dont care about snoring. You just read something or watch something till u get sleep really. Then u ll sleep automatically
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@mansha (6301)
• India
8 Nov 06
ear muffins is a good idea.But I feel I won't be able to sleep with my ears plugged.You can then hear gugling of your own throat too. and so many buzzing sounds.Though I alsodo not favor giving medicines.
• India
8 Nov 06
Yes, my dad snores. Actually there is no medicine for it. u ll have to tolerate it. Its not any disease and plz don put anyone on medicine just bcoz u r irritated of it
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@mansha (6301)
• India
13 Nov 06
But its so noisey. I was thinking of some other remedies other than medicines.
@beckyomg1 (6758)
• United States
7 Nov 06
Yeah my husband snores, he also says that I do. My dog also snores. THeres thoughs strips out there but never have used them so i dont know if they work.
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@mansha (6301)
• India
8 Nov 06
what kind of strips .I have not heard about them.
• Pakistan
11 Jan 08
Snoring is natural for those who are heavy in weight. Fat people snore. This due to fat in their respiratory section of the body. They do not know that they are badly snoring. They nothing as they do it unconsciously. If the respiratory section is free for breath they have no reason for snores. Change or turn of side also cause to stop or less the snoring action. If you call the name of a snoring person it will cause to make him or her alert and it will stop the snoring. Male and female both snore if they are heavy in weight or they are too much tired.
@SViswan (12071)
• India
18 Dec 07
My husband snores and he's so loud that his freinds have told him that he needs to give me an award! Our son taped him once so that he could show daddy how loud he was. If he starts snoring after I'm asleep it doesn't bother me or wake me up...but if he's snoring when I'm trying to go to sleep, then it's really difficult. I sometimes hold his nose or turn him to the side. Sometimes, nothing works and I then wake him up! But that's of no use either because he can go back to sleep in 1 second (literally!)
@cyfernet (2384)
• United States
13 Nov 06
My dad snores all the timd but i'am in my room so no sound of snore!