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    DH snores and has got worse over the years. Haven’t found a single over the counter remedy that works. He has mild sleep apnoea and was told to lose at least 10kgs which he didn’t. I suffer from insomnia/light sleeper. We don’t have a spare bedroom so quite often leave a mattress on the floor in the living room which I tend to go out to when he snores. Interestingly during these COVID restrictions he is snoring less and I’m sleeping. 🤷‍♀️

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    I never really got used to my husband's snoring. It not has bad has his dad lol. Hubby really snores when he's tired. So I usually ask him to roll over.

    When his parents came from overseas to visit us last year... OMG his dad and mum almost brought the house down with their snoring. We bought them nose strips and special pillows but it didn't help. 🤷🏽‍♀️

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    I think I’ve gotten used to it but when I really can’t sleep I kick him or hit his arm! Feel a bit bad but he’ll live haha

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    Different rooms

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    We sleep in separate rooms. I won’t put up with it ‍♀️

    If he finds a solution/cure he can come back!

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    I'd just turn off my cochlear processors and put them on charge for the night!

    Being deaf has it's advantages!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason98 View Post
    I'd just turn off my cochlear processors and put them on charge for the night!

    Being deaf has it's advantages!
    that what my mum
    dose. lol.


 

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