My beloved husband snores. Loud. Every night. Like he’s got the biggest chainsaw ever made and he’s going to tackle the whole forest.
Thankfully, he gets the job done within an hour or so. But he picks the hour when I am just dozing off – that very small window of opportunity in which you can fall asleep so easily and all is right with the world. If you miss that window, sleep becomes elusive. And sometimes it never comes at all.
Beloved Husband travels for his work. He is usually out of town one week out of every four, and as much as I don’t like it when he is away, I must admit that I do look forward to the nights of blissful sleep. I am well rested and the forests in our neighbourhood are safe.
The solution to all of this?
Breathe Right Nasal Strips work pretty well.
When you use them.
8 responses to “The Big Snore”
reminded me of my parents when dad snores and mom cannot sleep
separate rooms?? hhahaha….kidding. When I mentioned to my soon to be ex husband about his crazy snoring he told me i was lying and that I was the one snoring, a tape recorder settled the matter.
That my husband snores is not disputed, so I haven’t had to resort to recording. 🙂
Have tried those nasal strips. #fail I am the one who snores 😦
The only true solution is separate bedrooms, Wendy. Chris and I have slept in separate bedrooms for twenty years. It’s the only way to go.
Can’t do it, Rick!
The snoring ring worked for my hubby. It uses acupressure and is such a non-invasive device. I would seriously recommend it as I am sleeping far better than ever before. It doesn’t stop it but it has reduced it enough to allow me to sleep. Apparently if he wore two it could stop it completely.