Light sleepers and snoring
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Join Date: May 2008
Have you noticed him gasping for air when he snores? If so he could have sleep apnea.
My husband is a long time snorer and I am also a wakeful sleeper. I can sleep through his snoring if it is rhythmic and repetitive, but when it is erratic or obnoxiously loud, then it disrupts my sleep. But he went for a sleep study and was diagnosed with apnea. The CPAP machine worked wonders for him and he sleeps much more soundly and the hush from the machine is kind of soothing. It took a little while to get used to but now it is part of his regular routine.
I do swear by earplugs too even with the improvement because general night time sounds cause me to wake up. I sleep much more soundly with them so I would recommend those too as others did.
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