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No sleep again !

Jan 09, 2015 5:04 AM

For the six night I've had to move down stairs as his snoring has got so bad , I've told him and so has Kirsty our daughter , but again he said that I got you snoring" have bought Los of things spray nose thing ,but he will not use them , I NEED MY SLEEP YOU SELFISH PIG ,sorry had to say it ! If he carries it's going to be diminished responsibility !

Jan 09, 2015 5:47 AM

If his snoring is that bad it could be Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) or another sleep disorder. You could say that your worried about his health and try to get him to get checked out

Jan 09, 2015 5:50 AM

I'm sorry to sound like such a manipulative b*tch in that post but it could be a serious problem for his health. You also need your sleep! Also when he's snoring try turning him on his side, it will help the obstruction clear a bit

Jan 09, 2015 5:56 AM

On a lighter side maybe our great grandparents where on to something sleeping in separate beds.😉

Jan 09, 2015 7:53 AM

Honeybee, I agree with Reece that he may have OSA. My husband use to wake me with his snoring. I'd push him & he'd roll onto his side. Then a couple nights in a row I woke up, hearing him gasping in his sleep, like his tongue was closing off his pathway. It actually was! My husband is fairly good size, tall, broad. His oral tissues were oversized.

Way back then OSA wasn't really recognized, so our ENT doc talked him into an in office procedure to remove tissue & widen his opening. Stupid & ignorant move on his part! He nows chokes easily on liquids.

He's officially been diagnosed by a different doctor in the past 10 years and sleeps with a CPAP machine.

But as KrazyKat said, our grandparents were onto something! Mine had separate beds in the same room...lol. My husband & I sleep in separate rooms, as do my parents, & 4 sets of friends we have...all due to OSA. My husband still snores with his machine, but worse than that is being sound asleep, and he rolls towards me...when he breathes out, the opening on his mask sprays cold air right on my neck! Omg!!!
😨. Lol.

Jan 09, 2015 7:55 AM

I should add, sadly, my brother-in-law passed away 4 years ago due to his OSA, and he had his CPAP on!

Jan 09, 2015 8:30 AM

No he put on weight , but thank for thinking for him !!!!!!!!!!!!!,

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