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>> No. 4218 Anonymous
8th March 2017
Wednesday 7:20 pm
4218 Snory bastard
I'm a snory bastard, says the Mrs.
This is true, always have been. Thin, fat, fit, flabby, drunk, dry, calm, stressed - always snored.

Just snoring. Purring turned up to max. No gurgling, no gasping, no changes, just relentless.
Clearly, this is pissing her off, and there's fuck all I can do to stop it while I'm sleeping, since I'm asleep. My nose is always pretty bunged up, has been since I was a wee kid. I'm allergic to many things - rampant seasonal hayfever, and some foods, which I avoid no problem, but always pretty bunged. Not with snot, just not much airflow.
So - is there anything I can do while awake? I already don't sleep on my back (easy enough, I wake up as I went to sleep, thumb in book).
Tempted by beconase (or a knockoff) or antihistamines, but open to suggestions.

(She also snores, but IDGAF. 30 seconds of irritation and I'm back asleep).
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>> No. 4219 Anonymous
8th March 2017
Wednesday 7:25 pm
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Ask your GP, not a bunch of flids on an imageboard. You need a referral to an ENT consultant.
>> No. 4220 Anonymous
8th March 2017
Wednesday 7:30 pm
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I hear my neighbor snoring some nights.
It helps me prevent my own snoring (what I notice, anyway) if I avoid sleeping on my back and raise my head higher on a pillow.
>> No. 4221 Anonymous
9th March 2017
Thursday 8:12 pm
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You probe have an allergy to dust mites, which live in your bed. I have that, and the same with alcohol, and the SMELL of ground coffee. All of the above causes my sinuses to swell. Treatment may not make a diff' to your snoring though. Get your lass some earplugs
>> No. 4222 Anonymous
9th March 2017
Thursday 9:24 pm
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Everyone snores. If your missus doesn't like it then that's her problem.
>> No. 4223 Anonymous
9th March 2017
Thursday 9:45 pm
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As >>4219 says, see your GP, expect a referral to an ENT, you may have some sort of sleep apnoea.
>> No. 4224 Anonymous
10th March 2017
Friday 9:00 am
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Hard to see how it's apnea, since that's when you stop breathing for a while. I just continuously snore. Therefore - no health risk (except from stabbing), as I understand it.

Not dust mites, happens wherever we are. Home, spare room if I'm banished, hotels, ferries.

Yeah, I understand it's her that's got the problem, she shouldn't be such a light sleeper. She already wears earplugs. If it's a choice between an easy fix to stop me snoring, and drugging her into oblivion every night, I'll probably choose the former.
>> No. 4225 Anonymous
10th March 2017
Friday 2:32 pm
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Snoring is the warning sign of sleep apnoea. Most snoring is benign, but for a significant proportion of patients it indicates the early stages of sleep apnoea. Suffocating in your sleep is one of those things you want to catch early.

Go and see your GP.

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