How To Deal With Your Partner’s Snoring.


We all snore occasionally. Most of us will snore now and then, but when it becomes a more frequent habit that is when problems can arise. While snoring may not affect the person who snores, it may cause all sorts of sleep problems for the other people in the house.

If your partner’s snoring is keeping you awake or waking up the kids each night, it can cause many relationship problems. Which, of course, isn’t helped by the fact that you are overtired and irritable because of your lack of sleep.

Luckily, there are plenty of effective snoring solutions available, allowing both you and your partner to sleep easily. To find out more, have a read of this.

What are the most common causes of snoring?

Before going into the remedies for snoring, it is important to think about what is causing your partner’s snoring.

It is important to understand that not all snoring is caused by the same thing, each person snores for different reasons. However, people who are prone to snoring tend to have extra throat and nasal tissue that is more prone to vibrate and cause snoring.

The main factors that affect snoring are age, your gender (that’s right, men are more prone to snoring) and nasal or sinus problems. As well as, being overweight, smoking, how much you drink, and, of course, how you sleep.

 What is the best way to talk to a partner who snores?

So you love your partner, and normally you get on great, but since your partner has been snoring things have been a little tense. It’s hard to be in a good mood when your partner’s snoring is keeping you up every night. But what is the best way to broach the subject with your partner?

Regardless of how much sleep you are losing due to your partner’s snoring, it is important to talk kindly to your partner about it. Perhaps they didn’t realize how bad their snoring has become, or perhaps they didn’t even realize they snored? Just be kind and gentle about how you speak to your partner, and remember, they may be upset or embarrassed.


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What are the most effective ways to prevent snoring?

With various anti-snoring devices and treatments on the market, it can be hard to know where to start. Which is the best device to use? What are the most effective treatments?

The best place to start is at the doctors surgery. Make an appointment for your partner to discuss their snoring with the doctor and see what is suggested. Some doctors suggest using certain anti-snoring devices, like the snore wizard, for example.

Your doctor may also suggest making some lifestyle changes to help stop your snoring.

If you are overweight, losing just a few pounds can reduce the amount of fatty tissue in the back of the throat and can help to prevent snoring.

Regular exercise is another way to prevent snoring. Did you know that cardiovascular exercise can tone the tissue in the back of the throat? Amazing, huh?

If you drink or smoke, your doctor may suggest cutting alcohol and nicotine out of your diet, as this can help to prevent snoring.

If your partner’s snoring is causing problems, don’t ignore it. Talk to them about it and find ways to prevent them from snoring. Trust us, after a good night’s sleep, you will be glad you did.


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One thought on “How To Deal With Your Partner’s Snoring.

  • July 5, 2015 at 8:52 am

    I remember when I had to tell my partner about her snoring, at first she didn’t believe me so I recorded it on my phone and played it back the next day.

    It was difficult trying to sleep through the noise. One thing that kind of helped for a while was to remember that the person snoring was breathing and that was something to be thankful for!


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