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    Yay, bunks. Also, this is off topic, but the sleep masks that push oxygen in are life changing. My dad got one about 15 yrs ago. Lofe changing no more snoring and no more sleep apnea. That might be a long term option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Yay, bunks. Also, this is off topic, but the sleep masks that push oxygen in are life changing. My dad got one about 15 yrs ago. Lofe changing no more snoring and no more sleep apnea. That might be a long term option?
    CPAP rocks! Changed the lives of so many people I know.

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    So frustrating! We just got a bunk for the girls to share but haven't got a mattress yet so only using the bottom bed for now, I like to introduce them to the big bed before they start sleeping in it too.

    As an aside, my husband has lost 10 kilos doing The Man Challenge (not all food but made some changes) and I keep checking during the night that he's still breathing since he has stopped snoring!

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    Yep he is being completely unreasonable especially since:
    a) you're going to have to buy the bed anyhow and its on sale now and
    b) you have even offered to sleep in the bunk. I'd kick him out as well!

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    Kick him out to the couch

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    I think he's being a typical snorer that is a pain. You should do it except I'm concerned about you climbing up to the top bunk.

    My DH is a hideous snorer, won't go to the doctor and we don't have a spare room so I'm always out on the couch

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    Not irrational! Considering you need to buy the bunks eventually, id do it now so you can get some much needed sleep.

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    Very reassuring everyone He said he's happy to sleep on the couch if I boot him out of bed - I think if I buy another bed, with the purpose of sleeping there when his snoring is giving me the sh!ts, it's like he is admitting he has a snoring problem, lol, whereas if he just gets kicked out on the couch occassionally, it's like it's only a 'once in a while' thing. He is in total denial about the extent of his snoring issue 😑 @Green Cheese he has tried every diet out there - the thing is he has to be in the right mental space to want to lose weight, and to follow through with it. He's done it before and I know he could do it again if he wants it badly enough - he just doesnt want it at the moment 😐 That does sound like a good support for him though - I'll have a look into it

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    DH has said we can buy the bed, but *only if* we are buying it because we want to be ready/ prepared for when the baby comes, not if we are buying it because of his snoring. See what I mean? Total denial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Yay, bunks. Also, this is off topic, but the sleep masks that push oxygen in are life changing. My dad got one about 15 yrs ago. Lofe changing no more snoring and no more sleep apnea. That might be a long term option?
    Are they loud? (Or at least quieter than snoring?!)


 

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