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Hi, i need some advice on what i could possibly do to help my bf's snoring, because it is affecting my sleep as well, and honestly....im this close to hurting him.

some say the breathe right strips dont work, some say they do.....but they are very expensive where i live and i really dont want to buy them if they not gonna work.

Does anyone have any ideas? Please.
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replied July 20th, 2008
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Does he sleep on his back?
Whenever my ex snored I'd just push him on to his side and everything went away.

Does he have allergies?
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replied July 21st, 2008
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yeah...sleeps on his back....its his most comfortable position. i normally push him on his side, but its not very comfortable for him, so he doesnt stay on his side too long.

sigh....and he doesnt have any allergies, and he doesnt drink....unless we out and he's not driving....so dunno. he says both his parents snore, so i guess im doomed.

im gonna have to try something cause he's affecting my sleep man....
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replied July 21st, 2008
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try using ear plugs
my ex used to snore loud enough that even if I slept on the couch he would still keep me awake.
I tried everything to get him to stop but nothing worked,so I went out and bought an industrial sized box of ear plugs and haven't had too many problems with the snoring since.

Good luck
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replied July 21st, 2008
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good god....are you really telling me i gonna have to buy earplugs just to be able to sleep in the same bed as my bf????

this sucks. ok, well, thanks for the advice....ill try the breathe right strips and if that doesnt work, ill get the earplugs Sad
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