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My Wife Snores all night long, what can I do?

First off, don’t worry too much, there are about 15 million other husbands dealing with the exact same thing as you.  Most of the time, it is because your wife has a case of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).  If your wife is someone who is tired much of th time, pauses or chokes in her sleep, and has no recollection of this behavior, that might just mean she has sleep apnea. It is totally treatable.  But get started contacting someone either by phone or through the internet that can help out.  There should be all types of local companies who specialize in helping patients just like your wife, many of them are probably related to sleep medicine organizations or medical groups.  Some of the side effects of un treated sleep apnea can lead to health issues down the road, so that is why you should get started with this right away.  It is never too late.

Some women, especially overweight women might tend to have a more moderate to severe case of sleep apnea.  But don’t worry, again, it is totally treatable.  You just want to get the ball rolling ASAP.  Plus, if it means your wife isn’t going to keep you awake all night long with her dreadful snoring, get started contacting someone right now.  There should be tons of places you can go online or in the phone book.  There are so many doctors you can call to get started with treating this its amazing these days.

Good luck, and just realize that your wife may be having a total closure of the airway which is causing oxygen to NOT get into her body.   This causes bad things down the road, and bad side effects daily like fatigue for example.  So don’t wait, get started with helping her out.  She will be very thankful.  Oh, and a side benefit is reduced sexual disfunction… Most of us like that part.

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My Husband Snores



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Husband Snores all night long, what can I do?


First off, don’t worry too much, there are about 15 million other wives dealing with the exact same thing as you.  Most of the time, it is because your husband has a case of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).  If your husband is someone who is tired much of th time, pauses or chokes in his sleep, and has no recollection of this behavior, that might just mean he has sleep apnea. It is totally treatable.  But get started contacting someone either by phone or through the internet that can help out.  There should be all types of local companies who specialize in helping patients just like your husband, many of them are probably related to sleep medicine organizations or medical groups.  Some of the side effects of un treated sleep apnea can lead to health issues down the road, so that is why you should get started with this right away.  It is never too late.

Some of the problems that you will probably encounter is a husband who is in denial about their snoring, and apnea, and how it effects their life.  If they are like the other 15 million husbands, they think it is no big deal since they have been dealing with it already their whole life.  WRONG.  It’s a major big deal having un treated sleep apnea.  Their throat is closing up and causing oxygen levels to go down in their whole body including their brain… I think that is a very big deal.  But once again never fear, sleep apnea is 100% treatable. The bigger issue is going to be getting your husband out of the denial phase.  That is probably best left to a professional.  So again, I encourage you to seek help right away.  This will be a major improvement in your husband’s life, and they should have nothing but BIG THANKS for you being able to help them out like this.  Some people have never slept with their husbands and not had them snore until they treated their sleep apnea.  I can put my wife in that category too.  Good luck, and don’t wait to get started.

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