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I dont know if this topic should be posted in this site but oh well... I need to vent and hoping to hear others experiences , if there is any LOL. Anyway, my husband snores A LOT when his tired from work ! This didn't bother me before until our daughter's born. She is up atleast twice at night to be feed and if need to change her diaper, and I'm always having a hard time to go back to sleep when our daughter is already back to sleep coz all I can hear is his very loud snores ! Sometimes it's wake our baby up, then I have to spend another more minutes to put her back to sleep or put her in her swing and turn the music on so she just can't hear her father's loud snores lol. I even have to put pillows on his face and pushing him to the side of the bed, but he just throws those pillows on the floor and back closer to me and snuggles. I joked at him that even our neighboors can hear his snores, and he just said that he never snores :wacko: .

I remember that there was a commercial on TV about the thing that you can put in your mouth when you snores LOL. Wondering if there is any of you guys use that ??? This is just killing me now. I'm just so tired and need sleep. I'm thinking that me and daughter should just move and sleep in the baby's room but he also hates that idea, and was mad at me one time when I did that.


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He may have sleep apnea. A CPAP or breathing aid machine will/should quiet him down. Looks funny but may restore peace in your house!

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Although my husband doesn't snore, he does breathe heavy and as I'm a very light sleeper, this keeps me up. I found a solution long ago: ear plugs. Once I have those babies in my ear, I barely hear anything. And as I have a hard time falling asleep as well, I take 3mg of Melatonin each night. So I don't hear much anymore at night and fall asleep relatively quickly.

Now, that might not be the best solutions for your case as you have a baby to be aware of. Something you might want your husband to try: Breathe-Right strips. They're these little strips you put on the snorer's nose which opens up the nasal passage making it easier for them to breathe. My husband has used these in the past and have worked.

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My wife tells me I snore to, I know I do when I'm very tired, although I don't believe its quite so loud. She recorded me one night lol. Thats ok, I recorded her snores the next night and played them back to her lol. I think she thought I was the only one snoring in the house. Sleep apnea might be his issue, you'd need a sleep study to know for sure. Or as others have said, the breath right strips might work for him to. I've been thinking on trying them myself.


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Ohh gosh I love this post.my husband snores a lot and I hate it to death,sometimes I was wide awake all nite pulling my hair.I tried to talked to him to see a doctor and he was given something to put on his mouth on during sleeping time.No he don't want to use it anymore,he said it was annoying,now I am the who suffered from not sleeping all nite.thank u so much for this idea,since we don't have a babies in the house I will try to use the thing to put in my ears.

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Both and rarely. My family members(males)snore like motorboats so I'm used to it. I also don't mind noise unless it's early morning then that's annoying. When he does, I always feel like waking him up not because he's noisy but I'm scared listening to him like he stops breathing or something. He does sleep talk more though and it gets a bit funny. :lol:


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Those breath-rite stripes don't do jack..... don't ask how I know.:rofl:


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Hubby snores but not a lot. Everytime he does though I woke him up and just asked him to sleep on his side and sometimes that works. I remember one night I can't stop him from snoring so I just grab my pillows and blanket and sleep inside the closet :)


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Funny to see this, usually for me its the other way around. Here filipinos are up early, working hard and mid day they are all asleep (anywhere, on jeepneys, outside where its loud, everywhere) Snoring loudly haha. Can't blame them, when you work hard you sleep hard.

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Those breath-rite stripes don't do jack..... don't ask how I know.:rofl:

That is funny...I tried them for awhile and I think the first night I used them my wife woke me up and said I could take it off....I was actually snoring louder :rofl:


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I dont know if this topic should be posted in this site but oh well... I need to vent and hoping to hear others experiences , if there is any LOL. Anyway, my husband snores A LOT when his tired from work ! This didn't bother me before until our daughter's born. She is up atleast twice at night to be feed and if need to change her diaper, and I'm always having a hard time to go back to sleep when our daughter is already back to sleep coz all I can hear is his very loud snores ! Sometimes it's wake our baby up, then I have to spend another more minutes to put her back to sleep or put her in her swing and turn the music on so she just can't hear her father's loud snores lol. I even have to put pillows on his face and pushing him to the side of the bed, but he just throws those pillows on the floor and back closer to me and snuggles. I joked at him that even our neighboors can hear his snores, and he just said that he never snores :wacko: .

I remember that there was a commercial on TV about the thing that you can put in your mouth when you snores LOL. Wondering if there is any of you guys use that ??? This is just killing me now. I'm just so tired and need sleep. I'm thinking that me and daughter should just move and sleep in the baby's room but he also hates that idea, and was mad at me one time when I did that.

my thoughts to you. Tell him to practice breathing using the nose not the mouth. He should do that exercise 15 min before he goes to bed. Let me know how it goes.

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See this thread here: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/357402-omg-he-snores/ It might give you some ideas.

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Although my husband doesn't snore, he does breathe heavy and as I'm a very light sleeper, this keeps me up. I found a solution long ago: ear plugs. Once I have those babies in my ear, I barely hear anything. And as I have a hard time falling asleep as well, I take 3mg of Melatonin each night. So I don't hear much anymore at night and fall asleep relatively quickly.

Now, that might not be the best solutions for your case as you have a baby to be aware of. Something you might want your husband to try: Breathe-Right strips. They're these little strips you put on the snorer's nose which opens up the nasal passage making it easier for them to breathe. My husband has used these in the past and have worked.

Fyi,

Good solution but it is "prettty"(say it pronouncing the T) danger to sleep with ear plugs.

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Fyi,

Good solution but it is "prettty"(say it pronouncing the T) danger to sleep with ear plugs.

Why?

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