Does anyone else's spouse snore like crazy at night? Lots and lots? And what do you do about it? I have been talking about this for quite some time with my wife. She is always very understanding of my difficulty with her snoring...but when I truly communicate my frustration with it, it can affect her sleep to the point where she's afraid to sleep because she might snore...I certainly don't want this...sleep is important for us all. She has been investigating ways to deal with the snoring (sleep test revealed bad sleep apnea, and she now has a CPAP, but is not using it). It's getting to the point where I only can sleep well if I take a sleeping pill. I am stuck. Sleeping in another room is the last thing I want. But I do want to sleep. Her snoring is by far not the only thing that makes it hard for me to sleep...I suffer at times from insomnia for various reasons...but the snoring exacerbates it tenfold. What are you doing about snoring, whether you snore or not, and is it working?
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