on Mar 26, 2012 @ 02:10 am|
Supposedly I snore badly according to my husband, it's gotten worse with a recent weight gain due to many reasons. I have gone to the doctor and went for sleep tests, etc., they were fine so I was told, I purchased many 'snoring' products, nothing that helps. (he snores too), but it's to the point that we don't sleep in the same bed, and I don't know what to do. :( suggestions?
|Snoring on Mar 26, 2012 @ 12:21 pm|
If the snoring was that bad, I feel like a sleep clinic should have gotten that! It seems weird to me that you were totally fine. Although, maybe what they were looking for was something like a deviated septum and besides the actual snoring you are totally fine?
I think maybe, if you've exhausted all possibilities (i.e. sleep clinics, and Breathe Right strips?) it's time to invest in a pair of earplugs. Seriously, I slept in the same room with a roommate and she'd always wear earplugs because of my snoring which happened on occasion. They're cheap and they work!
|. on Apr 09, 2012 @ 05:27 pm|
My husband snores really bad too, but he has started to use a neti pot rinse every night, breathe right strips, and an elevated pillow and it seems to help.
|Breathe Right on Apr 18, 2012 @ 03:05 pm|
The Breathe right strips seem to work great on my dad! Mom always complained about his snoring until I convinced him to try them out! Also, snoring tends to be louder when we sleep on our backs! I know it's hard to control which position you end up in when you're asleep, but perhaps trying to fall asleep on your side could help too!
Here's a link to a free sample of the Breathe Right strips I found online!