Does your partner snore?

Zombirella Zombirella
Does your partner snore? If so, how does it affect your sleeping or how do you deal with it?
Mine snores and I just wear soft earplugs and it usually solves the problem because it's not that loud. But I remember when my parents were married a lot of times my mom would end up on the couch because my dad was SO loud.
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Yes, they snore
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No, they don't
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Total votes: 69 (68 voters)
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02/27/2012
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Elnoa Elnoa
I just kick him and make him turn over.
02/27/2012
TameTemptress TameTemptress
It's usually soft snoring unless he's sick. What bothers me more is the bit of sleep apnea (?) that I think he has (he's never been tested or done a sleep study)...but it seems like he stops breathing now and even though I know he'll start again, it scares me so I nudge him and he breathes normally again.
02/27/2012
BlooJay BlooJay
Nope.
02/27/2012
Destri Destri
yeah, he snores sometimes. I don't mind a bit, it just lets me know that I am sleeping next to the love of my life!
02/27/2012
DreamWolf DreamWolf
I chose no because it happens pretty damned rarely that He snores, mostly when He is having some bad dreams but then I wake Him up - though sometimes I don't, bad dreams can be a teaching trip too... ^^

He snores veryvery quietly, which is most hilarious because O/our tiny little beautiful babymutt snores three times louder!!! Imagine a tiny lil one as long your arm from hand to elbow, a femininely delicate looking little mighty male, and the even more hilarious thing is when they snore together!!! ~shrieeeeeeeeeeeeks about to fall out of her skin with the laughter

And I agree with you dear Destri, that is a huge reason why it is music to my ears to hear my Baby snore - because I always know He is right there next to me, my Precious Only OtherHalf, my Darlin Adorable Cutest Loveliest MightyWolfLord, nyuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu uuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!!! ~weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeehs happiestly
02/27/2012
Rossie Rossie
I fall asleep pretty easily most of the time, so it doesn't bother me too much. If it's really unbearable, I usually bounce on the bed, or poke my finger gently at his nose to make him stop momentarily. I sometimes snore a bit also, and my husband will give me a small push to make me stop.
02/27/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
Okay yes he snores like a crazy monster. It does affect my sleep but he went to the doc. and he's getting something for it. As for right now, I just deal with it. It's worse when he tries rolling over and facing me because then I have to say "Okay turn around right now" lol. This usually happens a few times every night.
02/27/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
Neither of us snore all the time but when one of us is sick or congested we usually end up snoring. I can usually deal with it (like happened last night) but sometimes it can make it pretty hard to sleep. I am really glad it's not a regular issue.
02/27/2012
dbm6907 dbm6907
My partner will snore sometimes. I can't stand it! He'll talk in his sleep too and it's just...weird! Usually I'll wake him up and he'll adjust himself, that way I can go back to bed.
02/27/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Quote:
Originally posted by TameTemptress
It's usually soft snoring unless he's sick. What bothers me more is the bit of sleep apnea (?) that I think he has (he's never been tested or done a sleep study)...but it seems like he stops breathing now and even though I know he'll ... More
I would tell him to get checked out. That's not something to mess with. My dad has it and I forget how many times/how long they say he stopped breathing at night.
I should probably get checked too since he has it but I haven't yet. I have bad sinuses and snore slightly at times and it could be why I'm sleepy all the time. But I have been diagnosed with insomnia and a few of the medications I take for allergies and other things make me drowsy.
02/27/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
I chose no because it happens pretty damned rarely that He snores, mostly when He is having some bad dreams but then I wake Him up - though sometimes I don't, bad dreams can be a teaching trip too... ^^

He snores veryvery quietly, which ... More
I had a wiener dog that snored like a grown man in his old age before he passed. We'd wake him up at times because we didn't want to blast the TV any louder. Along with my partner snoring our cat does as well!
02/27/2012
indiglo indiglo
I bumped an old thread on this topic for you, thought you might like seeing some results from a previous poll on the topic too.

My partner now only snores some of the time.
02/27/2012
samanthalynn samanthalynn
Quote:
Originally posted by Zombirella
Does your partner snore? If so, how does it affect your sleeping or how do you deal with it?
Mine snores and I just wear soft earplugs and it usually solves the problem because it's not that loud. But I remember when my parents were married a ... More
Yes
02/28/2012
Pinkie Pie Pinkie Pie
Quote:
Originally posted by Zombirella
Does your partner snore? If so, how does it affect your sleeping or how do you deal with it?
Mine snores and I just wear soft earplugs and it usually solves the problem because it's not that loud. But I remember when my parents were married a ... More
OMG that's amazing. My guy snores a little, not bad thou.
03/01/2012
Badass Badass
i love his snore.. it lulls me to sleep..
03/01/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
Yes, my wife snores a little bit, but it's usually quite cute.
03/01/2012
pix pix
My boyfriend snores but usually I fall asleep first and it's not an issue. When I have trouble falling asleep I go to the bed in the spare room.
03/01/2012
calliope calliope
My husband snores like twice a month. It's not that loud and he doesn't do it the whole night. We don't do anything. I have trouble sleeping regardless and spend most my nights tossing and turning.
03/01/2012
Big Dog Big Dog
My wife snores occasionally and it's sweet.

I snore and she doesn't like it...

What's worse is when she has nightmares. Nothing could be more upsetting.
03/01/2012
fredacarl fredacarl
Quote:
Originally posted by Zombirella
Does your partner snore? If so, how does it affect your sleeping or how do you deal with it?
Mine snores and I just wear soft earplugs and it usually solves the problem because it's not that loud. But I remember when my parents were married a ... More
yes
03/01/2012
robertk2380 robertk2380
I noticed that my wife's snoring was getting worse over time and she had frequent nightmares. I convinced her to go to a sleep clinic after her doctor recommended it. Turns out she has sleep apnea. It was upsetting to her, but a year later she's dealt with it (as should anyone dealing with similar symptoms) and sleeping better using a C-Pap machine. It forces air into her airway via small nose plugs. Now, she no longer snores, and the nightmares (which are common in folks with sleep apnea) are a thing of the past. Best thing: she's no longer endangering her long term health. She feels more rested in the morning, and that's a good thing.
03/04/2012
Shellz31 Shellz31
Ahhhh, one of the beauties of being single. This way, a partner doesn't have to deal with my occasional snoring...hehehe.
03/04/2012
J Peach J Peach
My partner doesn't snore at all. He's adorable when he sleeps.
03/07/2012
rom323 rom323
Not since he got a CPAP machine.

He used to wake the dead and move the drapes.
Thank you CPAP MACHINE!!!
03/07/2012
Apirka Apirka
I've only had one partner who snored. Most of that though was due to bad colds and allergies.
03/08/2012
Raizer911 Raizer911
My partner doesn't snore.... thank god.
05/19/2012
KrissyNovacaine KrissyNovacaine
I have sleeping problems, so it is very hard for me to stay asleep. I think my boyfriend is part bear, so I end up sleeping in another room.
05/19/2012
cryinglightning86 cryinglightning86
No, he doesn't snore. But apparently, I mumble in my sleep at him if he talks to me.
05/20/2012
indiechick indiechick
Quote:
Originally posted by Zombirella
Does your partner snore? If so, how does it affect your sleeping or how do you deal with it?
Mine snores and I just wear soft earplugs and it usually solves the problem because it's not that loud. But I remember when my parents were married a ... More
I snore when I am sick and my partner tells me I'm cute... But I have dated snorers and if its really bad, I've had it be a deal breaker I need sleep
05/20/2012
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