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(KSL Salt Lake City)   Snoring spouse? You could c) LIGHT HER CLOTHES ON FIRE   (ksl.com) divider line 65
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2013-03-29 05:27:33 PM  

ladyfortuna: Super Chronic: Lurk sober post drunk: MaudlinMutantMollusk: All I had to do to make my ex quit snoring was grab one of her boobs

/she'd wake up and punch me, but she would stop snoring

my gf knees and elbows me.  hard.  i consider it quite rude.

My wife and I just tug on each other's pillow cases.  It causes us to turn our heads just slightly or to roll over, it usually solves the problem, and it normally doesn't wake us up (or if it does wake us up, we get back to sleep so fast we don't remember it in the morning).

But now I'll consider the boob-grabbing idea, that could be just as good.  Of course, I should think about what kind of retaliation that might provoke...

I'm actually surprised Lordfortuna hasn't done that to me, considering how he has no issue doing that when I'm awake (forcing me to restrain myself from retaliating with spousal abuse...) - last week, however, he got me some breath-right strips, and my GOD the difference they make. If not for the cosmetic oddness of them, I'd probably wear them all the time... I'm starting to think I must have a deviated septum in addition to this cold/allergy thing that won't quit.


I had a deviated septum corrected surgically, and unfortunately it didn't do a damn thing for my breathing, either asleep or awake.  All it did was make me miserable for several days.  The Breathe Right strips do work pretty well, though.
 
2013-03-29 05:31:45 PM  

earthworm2.0: Jekylman: CSB/

Wife and I slept in separate bedrooms for five years because of my snoring "like a chainsaw". I was eventually diagnosed with sleep apnea and put on CPAP. Now, there is no snoring problem and we are back in the same bedroom. And we have an extra apparatus.

Another one?


We had to rearrange some things, but there's room for it now.
 
2013-03-29 05:40:21 PM  
When I was preggers, we bought an air matresses and put it in the living room, and I would sleep on it and let him have the marital bed. I would snore so loud the neighbors could hear. Went back to normal after the baby was born. Divorced him, and now I sleep alone, so even if I did snore, no one notices anymore.
 
2013-03-29 05:49:29 PM  
What r options A and B?
 
2013-03-29 06:08:56 PM  

dopekitty74: Hubby and I both snoore,


You both snore in Swedish?
 
2013-03-29 06:11:59 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: dopekitty74: Hubby and I both snoore,

You both snore in Swedish?


I think that would be spelled snøøre
 
2013-03-29 06:22:12 PM  

Jekylman: earthworm2.0: Jekylman: CSB/

Wife and I slept in separate bedrooms for five years because of my snoring "like a chainsaw". I was eventually diagnosed with sleep apnea and put on CPAP. Now, there is no snoring problem and we are back in the same bedroom. And we have an extra apparatus.

Another one?

We had to rearrange some things, but there's room for it now.


Use it for role play?  You be the fighter pilot from Top Gun?

/It has to make kissing and mouth play a little harder.
 
2013-03-29 06:24:11 PM  

Grobbley: In case nobody bothers to RTFA, she wasn't wearing the clothes when he set them on fire.  He put a pair of her pants in a box and lit it on fire.  Fortunately for Subby his headline is pretty much as misleading as the original headline FTFA.


I did, and since the woman wasn't in the clothes, the guy is clearly a total dumbass. If your goal is to stop someone's snoring, they should be IN whatever it is you set ablaze. Or at the very least, you shouldn't go wake them up and say "Honey, I set your clothes on fire and now the house is burning down. We need to escape."
 
2013-03-29 07:10:31 PM  

FizixJunkee: Does fire work?  'Cause I'm desperate.  My husband's snoring is just getting worse and worse.  It's bad enough that we're looking at homes with four and five bedrooms so that I can have my own room to sleep in, far away from his snoring.


http://www.snoreeze.com/products/snoreeze-oral-strips/ keep me quiet long enough for SO to get to sleep. Failing that the spare room.
 
2013-03-29 09:17:41 PM  
I bought a Wedge Pillow which pretty much killed my snoring.
 
2013-03-29 09:41:48 PM  
I snored pretty badly for a number of years. My wife was more concerned (most nights) than annoyed, because I would stop breathing.

Solution? I dropped 40 lbs.

Bonus? She never set me on fire.
 
2013-03-29 09:55:06 PM  
I SPIT HOT FIRE
 
2013-03-29 11:48:25 PM  
Time for a PSA. Sleep Apnea is not some trivial matter. I was diagnosed with it around a dozen years ago, got a CPAP, but it was just too uncomfortable to use so I stopped trying. However, more recently I was forced into dealing with it, as the excessive daytime sleepiness resulting from the apnea became such a problem that I couldn't ignore it any longer: I was falling asleep while driving and at work. So, back for another sleep study on Jan 29th, and I was informed that I was having 80-100 apnea episodes per hour. Which means that in addition to never sleeping well, alienating my wife, and posing a risk to mankind, my brain was sending out a jolt of adrenalin several hundred times per night. I believe I have some heart damage and I am arranging for more tests to determine the extent. I am using a CPAP machine again, and there are great improvements to mask design which make it much more comfortable to wear.

I could go on in much more detail, but the message is that you should not ignore the risks associated with sleep apnea. While there are certain measures that can be taken to reduce apnea, such as controlling weight, reducing or stopping the use of alcohol, caffeine and tobacco, you do not want to assume that your problem will improve as time goes on, because it almost certainly won't.
 
2013-03-29 11:50:17 PM  
I need to show this headline to my wife!
 
2013-03-30 04:38:10 AM  
Misread one of the lines in the article and I thought the snoring ladies box was lit on fire.
 
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