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By Tired Girlfriend - / Wednesday 14 June 2017 22:00 /
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By  chyiochan  |  24

I have to do this to my husband. I tell him to roll onto his side (Which stops the snoring). He's a heavy sleeper and I'm a very light sleeper. When he rolls back, I just do it again. It can really suck. The way OP writes it seems he doesn't even wake, his body just reacts.

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  chyiochan  |  24

I have to do this to my husband. I tell him to roll onto his side (Which stops the snoring). He's a heavy sleeper and I'm a very light sleeper. When he rolls back, I just do it again. It can really suck. The way OP writes it seems he doesn't even wake, his body just reacts.

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  Suaria  |  30

I nudge my boyfriend when he snores. It usually stops him snoring and usually doesn't wake him up.

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  AmbrosiaFan  |  10

Or more logically it is called sleep apnea. My husband did that for YEARS, finally got a sleep study done. He is on a CPAP now and it is a night and day difference.

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  Bearsmomma  |  30

That may be fine for one night. But if the bf is a regular/ serial snorerthing he should =. OrrrHope it's a comfortable couched the time though or its not worth it. Also some people don't have a couch. Small rooms may work better with 2 recliners.

By  tabletoplady  |  10

My husband has a deviated septum because of a couple of nose breaks. He snores like he's drowning in oatmeal. We've been together almost 9 years, and I still get sleepless nights. The best advice I can give you is to go to bed first lol

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  chyiochan  |  24

I cannot stand the feeling of them, and they do not work 100%. I can still hear through them, and the snoring also vibrates the bed. You really think us, the people who live with this, haven't tried? It's like asking someone who can't see well if they've tried glasses. No sympathy! /s Thanks Captain obvious!

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