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10/04/2013 at 09:53
I've never been a snorer but I've started in the past couple of months. It only started happening when I was on my back, so I bought a Dreamgenii pillow, in the hope that this would help me stay on my side. I still somehow end up rolling on top of the back support of the pillow, with the result that I'm sleeping in almost a diagonal position, but my head ends up facing upwards. I think H woke me 5 times last night to move me back onto my side!
I've had a bit of a runny nose this week, but even for the past few weeks, I can't seem to breathe through my nose, so my mouth is open and apparently I make really heavy breathing noises which scare H a little.
Is there anything I can do to stop the snoring? H is on the verge of moving into the spare room and I don't want to have to sleep apart for the next three months!
10/04/2013 at 09:59
I'm the same, my H is constantly poking me! He's got some ear plugs bless him. Funnily enough it was yesterdays comment on my pregnancy app, it suggested those nasal strips, or some sort of moisture generation thing to keep things open and flowing!
10/04/2013 at 10:16
I was exactly the same and we never did find a solution - it did drive H mad! But it did go as soon as the baby was born and he's a right little snorer so I claim that it was him all along! I hope someone comes along with some advice for you. Failing that, get him some earplugs...
10/04/2013 at 10:37
Exactly the same H wore ear plugs - although he would not have been silly enough to wake me up and he would have been kicked out of the bed! i would also say make sure you have a drink by the bed as you will get a dry mouth
10/04/2013 at 10:40
10/04/2013 at 11:35
I'm a bit bunged up too which added to my excessive weight gain has meant apparently I'm snoring now!
10/04/2013 at 11:57
Glad to hear it's not just me and even more glad to hear it goes away!
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