I just tug her pillow and then get a telling off when she wakes up
i can see this thread lasting quite some time
In our house I’m the culprit, usually worse when I’ve had a beer or two.
Typical fuel problem. Previous discussion.
I recall seeing a medical program a few years ago, where in a severe case, someone had part of their upper pallet removed with an electronic scalpel which cured it. Xmas pressy perhaps?
Typical gasflow porting problem. Previous discussion.
PS: Nobutseriously NHS advice on snoring, including the tennis ball trick.
My wife flatly refuses to believe she snores. I've recently put an app on my ipad which is proving otherwise.
"Alexa, play snore sounds", allegedly.
I always used to get the blame from friends and relatives until one day I was away and her sister was staying overnight. She told me that she had been surprised to still hear the same noises.
Snore stop spray onto the back of the tongue as she goes to bed.
I don't think that I've heard of that before. Any evidence of efficacy?
Well, tonight it will be me snoring. I have been a lousy sleeper for years & I have had several bad nights on the trot so around 9pm I will take a sleeping pill & I will be out cold around 30mins later
I have a stressful day at work tomorrow with lots of problems to sort out & I need to feel my best.
In all seriousness my wife also snores it even used to wake her up so she went for a sleep test and was told she needed a CPAP machine.
They are not cheap
Not the most glamorous look but it works.
Will be one of the most difficult conversations you will have with her
Now my wife says she sleeps great in fact she cant sleep without it and it is all quite in the bedroom
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Thanks, Ian. I've had a quick look but there doesn't seem much out there.
OTOH there's lots on CPAP, but mostly on obstructive sleep apnoea rather than snoring alone: Cochrane, NICE.