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#11 happygilmore

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    Posted 03 April 2008 - 09:02 AM

    I feel everyone's pain. Fi and dog snore and if I don't fall asleep before them than I am up half the night. So if that happens, I poke my FI until he wakes up and have him roll over and I wake my dog Macy up as well!

    #12 LadyP

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      Posted 03 April 2008 - 09:10 AM

      Lawrence snores and I am a light sleeper. It used to bother me but now I can't sleep with out it.

      We believe he has apnea as well. he will not get tested. when our son started snoring i took him to the dr's (Amir could be heard down stairs snoring when he was 1) They removed his tonsils and adnoids. Now he only snores when he is extremely tired or sick

      #13 Sandra E.

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        Posted 03 April 2008 - 09:10 AM

        my DH doesn't snore so much; except when we go out and he's had a bit too much to drink. OMG he keeps me up all night, I keep shaking him so he'll stop but there's no stopping him.

        #14 rodent


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          Posted 03 April 2008 - 09:29 AM

          I recently got a white noise, ocean sounds CD. It has helped me sleep so much. My upstairs neighbor is really loud. I could still hear her with earplugs. The ocean sounds cover it better. I'll try to upload the 3 mp3s I like. I was kind of picky. I didn't like ones with sqawking birds. So I trimmed the CD down to just 3 tracks repeating.

          #15 DreaW

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            Posted 03 April 2008 - 10:26 AM

            oh my gosh I can totally relate, E snores a lot when he is really tired or sick too. It seems, though, that he is really tired everynight. lol. I have to shhhhhhh him or tap him or roll him over (which is very hard to do) until he stops. He occasionally wakes up and gives me a look like, what the heck are you doing waking me up.
            It's bad sometimes and I don't get sleep. He says the nights I wake him up he doesn't get sleep either.

            The dog snore sometimes too. It sounds like a chorus in the room at night lol

            #16 alex

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              Posted 04 April 2008 - 12:42 AM

              LOL thanks for sharing my pain everyone!!!!! He usually snores a little bit, but he's been really sick & overly tired lately so he's just killing me with the volume!!!! I actually had a little cry around 2am when I hadn't been able to fall asleep yet (even tho I went to bed at 11!) lol
              In comparison it's not as bad as sleeping at my parents place when we visit though. Then we have to listen to my Mom, my Dad AND both dogs! Now that's something that'll keep you up all night!
              Luckily my rabbit doesn't snore so I just have to put up with Mat!!!
              Looks like tonight is going to be another looooong night! He started snoring AND talking in his sleep about half an hour ago. Promptly woke me up & here I am online trying to tire myself out some more..

              #17 Saraha

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                Posted 04 April 2008 - 12:57 AM

                Plug his nose... that will do the trick for about 5 seconds, till he falls back asleep!

                #18 alex

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                  Posted 04 April 2008 - 12:59 AM

                  I wish that would do the trick! I've been throwing elbows left & right & all I get is a little "ugghhh" sound before the snoring continues! lol I'm just gonna wear myself out until I'm exhausted so I can just pass out without noticing! Times like these I wish we had a bigger place with maybe a second bedroom so I can escape!!!!

                  #19 Saraha

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                    Posted 04 April 2008 - 01:04 AM

                    I know exactly what you mean. I try and hurry and fall asleep before Kevin otherwise there is no hope.

                    #20 CarrieRN

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                      Posted 04 April 2008 - 01:13 AM

                      I am such a light sleeper and FI snores all winter long. I was taking ambien for awhile but then I discovered that if I just sneak off to the other bedroom after he falls asleep (which is 2 seconds after he lies down), I can sleep all night long without ambien! Not that I don't love ambien, didn't wake up all night long until alarm clock went off. He isn't fazed by me sleeping in another room. Maybe the old fashioned way of separate bedrooms or at least separate beds is the way to go! Cuddle for awhile and then sleep in your own bed!
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