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How do you deal with your husband’s snoaring?  My husband snoars a great deal, he wears a c-pack and had gotten really good but has put back on just 5 pounds and the snoaring is back again.  I had to nudge him about 10 times and it is robbing me of my sleep but I love sleeping falling asleep with him but the snoaring is driving me nuts.

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      Paris Mano wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • When I was married, my husband snored terribly. I finally made him sleep in another room. It isn’t healthy for you to not get good sleep.




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      Linni wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • having him sleep in another room is an option... Cpap machines really dont stop the snoring, they keep the airflow going so he doesnt stop breathing.. i used to have one of those... now im usuing a bipap machine which does the same as a cpap, but it adds oxygen to the airflow..

      good luck to you!
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      Kyah wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • My grandfather was the king of snorers, you could hear him 3 floors away through closed doors and with the air conditioners running. I don’t know how my grandmother slept next to him for 50 years. I would have done a ‘sleep walking’ thing and hit him with a frying pan! zzzzzKLONNNNGGGGG!!!!

      Perhaps if he loses some weight again it will help. There are surgical procedures as well as some devices that can correct the snoring, however since he’s hooked up to the c-pap machine the devices won’t work. Try the weight loss first and that little strip that goes across the bridge of the nose.




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      Debpeters wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • A pillow over the face works wonders. LOL




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      Carine Nadel wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • I feel and know your pain.  too well.  we’ve tried it all-except the new surgery. we would have done that except the dr said there is a 25% chance that it would work!  and that 50% of those that it does work on-it doesn’t stop it, just makes it either less or quieter.

      so for that dh should go through surgery?




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      Mztracy wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • Snore EX [amazon] and a breathe right. Works for us!  

      Now he no longer needs to worry about getting hit over the head at night! lol

      Sleep apnea really has nothing to do with weight. My hubby is not over weight, nor is my dad, or a few others I know who snore. I also know a few overweight individuals who do not snore.




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      Brimstone1968 wrote Jul 16, 2010
    • Thanks ladies I appreciate all the comments.




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      Angell VillafaƱe wrote Jul 17, 2010
    • Have you tried ear plugs? I use them and they work really well for me.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jul 18, 2010
    • We have separate rooms now, which between his snoring and my fibro/jimmy legs it works better...I did buy a sleep wedge for him and it has helped, as does the whole house fan at night which drowns out every noise possible.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jul 18, 2010
    • Maybe my hubby needs to look into gett himself a C-pack because he keeps me up most nights when he is home in bed with me, but since he has been working the 2ns shift I have been getting a much better nights rest, but I miss those warm thighs next to mine lol.happy




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