After a good nightly loud snoring episode, your throat may be sore; Your nose may feel all stuffy, etc. You may not have even gotten a good nights rest, because you've woken yourself up with your loud, unattractive tones that your mouth created. Your hoping that you can find your earplugs for your next sleep, maybe that will help you to wake up less often. You stumble out of bed, realizing you did not sleep so well, and hope a glass of water will cure your sore throat. What about your partner who had to deal with you through the night? If your partner's a light sleeper, you may have to hear about it all day.
Loud snoring not only disposes you, but it will make it tough for your partner to sleep too. Hopefully your partner is a heavy sleeper, or very forgiving. Maybe sleeping in separate rooms will work? How about a gift of ear plugs for your loved one, so they can get a good nights rest? Even though this may sound a little funny to people reading this who have not had to deal with these issues, it really is not for those going through it.
Not only do you and your partner wake up grumpy, but at times your snoring can cause some friction. It's not your fault that you snore, and you'd love to stop it, but is it your partners fault? No, but they have to put up with it each and every night. You can switch sides, turn from your front to back, and back to front but if your a good season snoring type of person, chances are you've learned to snore in every position.
Some partners will gently wake their partner up to tell them they are snoring. A good pinch to kind of wake you up just enough to stop, or a gentle jab. Sometimes your partner may be so aggravated they are no longer gentle. Most likely you already know due to the dry throat, or just feeling exhausted. Maybe you've already woken yourself up at that point. You both need sleep, because sleep is essential to function, and stay healthy. So what can you do to stop yourself from snoring so that you both can get some much needed sleep?
Take stock in ear plugs. Maybe both of you wearing ear plugs will help the situation. No! Seriously! Snoring is a serious issue, and needs to be taken seriously for both partners. Would not it be great if you could stop snoring and both of you can enjoy a good night's sleep? There are plenty of remedies that work for some people, so with a little bit of research, a whole lot of trial and error you and your partner could both be on your way to a peaceful nights sleep. You may also want to consult with your doctor on this issue, as there could be a larger undering reason for your snoring. Loud snoring does not have to continue. Once you and your partner get the rest you both deserve, you'll be happy you took the time to rectify the situation.