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can't sleep - snoring husband!!

OMG he is in the lounge and I can still hear him clear as day :-[ driving me up the wall! If it's not the baby waking me to pee its him snoring his **** off!!! Over it
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Lol mine does to get ear plugs.
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This just made me chuckle.sorry if im being abit insensitive. I totally understand where your coming from there have been nights ive wanted to smother my hubby.now I just yell at him to turn over and he stop for a while xx
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This just made me chuckle.sorry if im being abit insensitive. I totally understand where your coming from there have been nights ive wanted to smother my hubby.now I just yell at him to turn over and he stop for a while xx
4898758 tn?1373910879
I Understand! I Wake Him Up To Tell Him He Is Snoring. He Stops The Second Time Because He Is Laying Weird.
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My husband now sleeps in the living room about 5 nights a week for the same reason. Rolling over never helps and I can hear him through ear plugs. He chooses to sleep on the couch because he worries that I don't get enough sleep.
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Theres a ring out now apparently it works to stop snoring its worn on the baby finger and has pressure points something to do with. Acupuncture :-)
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My hubby sleeps in the living room as well... I just can't take his snoring at all, it drives me crazy! Its bad enough that I'm 28 weeks now and I get up every 5 minutes to use the bathroom n baby kicks like crazy at night... So I had to kick him out of our bed for a while so I can get some rest. I feel your pain trust me
4958826 tn?1371411321
My hudband keeps me up all night he sounds like a freakin bear
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Excessivly loud snoring is a sign of sleep apnea. My mom used to be louder than a train before she was diagnosed and treated. Hope you ladies can find some way to quiet your husbands'. Maybe allergies are to blame?
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I would recommend that your hubbies get checked for sleep apnea my husband used to snore and then he would just stop breathing for about a second or two.  Now that he has his CPAP machine and wears it all the time.  No more snoring at least not until it is time to change mask out.  

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