How to Survive Sleeping With a Snoring Partner

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You’ve looked forward to getting back to bed since you arose in the early morning. Ahhh, all settled in, and what is that horrible noise you hear? Oh no! How are you going to survive another night with “the snorer”. He’s oblivious to your pain. He’s already out, mouth hanging open and horrible sounds emanating from his throat. You think about the dreadful things you want to do to him . But you can’t, because 1st, you don’t want to spend the rest of your life in a jail cell, and secondly you have to find a civil solution to this. Try pushing him and tell him to ‘roll-over’. It didn’t work? Put your pillow overtop your own head, even though you’d rather put it overtop his head!

 Still not working? Nudge him again. No response? The couch is the next step. Either him or you, it’s got to be done. Send him packing to the couch, or the spare bedroom. Sleep deprivation is unhealthy for you also.

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Pillow fight for your health

 You’re feeling even more disturbed, because through the walls of your house, you can still hear that, that, that,,man sound again! Do something constructive. If he’s going to keep you awake, then all is fair in love and war. Wake him up with a pillow fight!! The kind you had with your sisters or brothers when you were young! This may relieve some of the stress and tension and maybe even be fun.

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Make a Doctor appointment for your spouse to have a sleep study test done. This only takes a phone call, and it will be better for his health and yours if he goes away for one night to be studied. He may have sleep apnea, and this could be causing him to stop breathing, and then he grabs a long breath and a loud wretched snore. In the long run, you will have a happier, healthier, safer life with your spouse, because you’ll both be getting the proper sleep you need. Do this instead of divorcing him. He can’t help he’s got a problem, and this is a ‘fix-it’ kind of thing in a marriage! This I know personally. This is how I kept from having him euthanized! I do mean some of this in jest, but really, sleep apnea is jeopardizing his health

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