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How To Cope With A Snoring Spouse

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Does your partner snore a lot? Are you finding it very difficult to enjoy your sleep because your partner’s snoring habit won’t let you? Snoring is a health challenge that affects a lot of people. Snoring can be traced to different reasons including some of the following:

According to the NHS, snoring is caused “by the vibration of the soft tissue in your head and neck as you breathe in.” When this happens, it affects the following: nasal passage; the soft palate (which is the soft tissue at the back of the roof of the mouth); tonsil (two small glands above the tongue where the mouth meets the throat); base of the tongue; and the uvula (which is a small cone-shaped section of tissue that hangs from the soft palate between the tonsils).

If left untreated, snoring may degenerate and become unbearable for you and your partner. It is important to contact your doctor if you notice any trace of snoring before it gets out of hand.

Our concern is to help you cope with a snoring partner, and we hope you find this piece very useful.

Some of the things you can do when you have a partner that snores include the following:

  1. Remember that snoring is a medical condition: Don’t aggravate your sleeplessness with an outburst of anger. In other words, do not take it too hard on your spouse because he or she snores as this could worsen your ability to get a good night rest.
  2. Cooperate with your partner to find a solution: It is not ideal to castigate or start bullying your partner if he or she is a snorer. The best thing to do in this situation is to work together to find a solution to the problem.
  3. Wear earplugs: If snoring continues and you can’t seem to cope with it, then it is advisable to buy and start wearing an earplug to bed every night.
  4. Relocate to another room: This is not always the best way to solve the problem. However, if there is an empty room that is not being used by anyone at the moment, then relocation might be an option. The problem with this is that your spouse might feel very bad, especially if he or she is the very emotional type.

My take on this is that it is more important to get talking and get to the root of the matter. This will help you and your spouse enjoy a peaceful and lasting marriage.

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