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  • Premier Icon molgrips
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    Insomnia.

    Premier Icon binners
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    Off the shelf cures? Mrs Binners opts for….

    I wish I was joking. I’m not 😳

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    On a more serious note – gained weight recently?

    Premier Icon binners
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    pie related snoring? You could be onto something there molly

    yorkshire89
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    Or having a few beers through the week?

    Premier Icon dawson
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    @ molgrips – nope, no weight gain – I am only about 11.5 stone (could do with putting weight on!)

    @binners – I’ll suggest the ear plugs, but I can guess what the response will be! 😆

    @yorkshire89 – I don’t drink, so its not beer

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Started rolling onto your back in the night?

    grum
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    The link I posted has tests that are supposed to show the cause of your snoring (and sell you stuff to deal with it). Dunno how accurate it is but it seems quite comprehensive.

    irelanst
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    Hayfever / Pet alergy?

    Premier Icon brant
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    Snoring Ring.

    Mackem
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    Separate room. Our lass sometimes snores extremely loudly, it’s the only way for me to get sleep sometimes. (last night for example, grrrr zzzzzz)

    Premier Icon dawson
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    @grum – cheers – will try those tests

    @molgrips – I always start off on my back (I can’t get to sleep any other way) my missus, then elbows me when I start snoring so that I roll onto my side

    Premier Icon dawson
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    @brant – are those snoring rings a bit like those wrist bands that perform some magic elxir 😉

    Premier Icon brant
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    @brant – are those snoring rings a bit like those wrist bands that perform some magic elxir

    I’ve never tried magic wrist bands, but snoring rings work for me.

    {edit} though I think they are spangly overpriced and I have had a similar effect by putting a hair “bobble” tie around my little finger.

    DrP
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    Sew a marble into the back of your PJs….?

    Or, medical therapies will include:
    -weight loss if needed
    -avoid alcohol
    -trial of steroid nasal spray
    -refer to ENT for lazerzzzz to be zapped onto your soft palate!

    DrP

    Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    I too (ashamedly) have a snoring ring, and it seems to work.

    Premier Icon dawson
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    It seems I have developed a loud snore, to the point it is affecting the missus’ sleep – given that she has CFS and Fibromyalgia, her sleep is important to her (and me).

    Has anybody any recomendations for any off the shelf cures? (before I get banished to the sofa 😉 )

    acidchunks
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    Yep, snore ring here as well.

    I can’t vouch for its effectiveness first hand but I don’t wake up with sore ribs anymore.

    samuri
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    Different room.
    My wife (and no, she’s not overweight, doesn’t drink and doesn’t smoke), sometimes snores but more often she’s just very fidgety in bed. I asked her about it but she said something about not being satisfied, dunno, I wasn’t really listening.

    Anyway, I often end up sleeping on the couch. problem is, the dog snores really loudly, so I end up sleeping on the couch in the conservatory.

    Cure? Virtually all snoring is IME, down to people sleeping on their back so something that stops that happening, tennis ball sewn into your PJ’s, knickers or one of them tubes with a bulge at the back. Just wear your cycling fanny back filled with marbles when you’re in bed.

    Sexy too.

    samuri
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    Camelbak with pressure activated dildo in it.

    Thrustyjust
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    Current wife uses the snoring ring. Works a treat. Has a flat area and a dimple on the inside of the ring. Seems to use a pressure point or something. It seems to work for her, well me actually, as I can sleep now.

    pingu66
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    Snoring Ring.

    Isn’t that farting? Or not that ring!

    Tennis balls sewn into pjs.

    Could be nasal I have heard of people having surgery!

    samuri
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    Oh: And when I had en extended stay in hospital with a broken knee, they put me in a ward where all the blokes having nose surgery to stop them snoring were.

    What a bunch of whining little girls! All **** night they were calling for the nurse, complaining about the pain, saying they were struggling to breathe, asking for a glass of water, crying because they’re not in their own bed. I was ashamed to be a man in that ward. Pathetic bunch of nancies.

    i bet they all went home and boasted to their mates down the pub about how they toughed it out.

    joemarshall
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    refer to ENT for lazerzzzz to be zapped onto your soft palate!

    They don’t do that round here any more – apparently the evidence was that it lasted for a year and then wasn’t any better than before.

    DrP
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    Plus the swallowing issues…

    DrP

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