FH only snores when it’s dry/he’s sick/allergies etc but snoring is like nails on a chalkboard to me. Once it wakes me up I can’t fall back asleep. Usually I end up on the couch after that. Or if he feels like he’s going to snore he’ll sleep on the couch (I go to bed hours before him so I never know until I wake up and he’s not there).
I agree about the sleep apnea machine. My FH has it and he doesn’t snore when he wears it. I’m always on him about wearing it because I get worried about his health without it. I would very strongly suggest him talking to his doctor about getting a sleep study done because untreated sleep apnea is a very serious thing.
My fh snores, he doesn’t have sleep apnea. I wear ear plugs, but if its a really bad snoring night then I blow up the inflatable mattress and sleep in the living room.
My ex-husband snored horribly, and I'm a sensitive sleeper. Believe It or Not, somehow you get used to it. My current FH thankfully doesn't have the problem, but eventually I learned to sleep right through it, yet still wake up to other noises in the house.
I have narrow sinuses, and a deviated septum, so i snore. FH wears ear plugs. I actually cried a few times when i woke up and he was on the couch. I feel awful. I’ve decided to see an ENT for surgery to fix the deviated septum, and my sinuses. Hopefully I won’t snore anymore. Lol 😆
Its sounds crazy, but my FH will snore occasionally and when he does, it's as though he knows he is and stops himself, usually by rolling over. He says he thinks about it once in awhile and doesn't want to wake me up so I think subconsciously he knows when he snores.
FH snores really bad, especially when it's warm or dry. He wears masala strips and I wear ear plugs. But recently neither one of us has and I've been okay and not woken up much. I think in getting used to it.
It's probably best for him to seek medical advice. He may have sleep apnea or a deviated septum like mentioned above which would require intervention or it may simply be fixed by changing his sleep position, diet, or wearing nasal strips. You won't know what will work until you figure out the cause.