Snorers don\’t feel bad; you have company- some famous snorers
Some very famous people were known to be snorers, and among the living, there are some “big” stars, singers and politicians you can console that you are one among a very large and varied group of famous people. I don\’t want to disclose their name.
When you’re feeling frustration, humiliation, hopelessness or anger because of snoring, take comfort in the fact that you are not alone.
Winston Churchill was one famous snorer. When he reached his later years, he was quite overweight, drank a considerable amount and smoked cigars, all of which can contribute to snoring problems. He was known for his afternoon naps, when there could be plenty of witness to his snoring.
Franklin Roosevelt suffered from both hypertension and sleep apnea. It is believed that both of these things contributed to his death in 1945. It is believed these conditions made him more tired than he ought to have been, particularly in the mornings.
Teddy Roosevelt’s snoring was apparently of deafening volume. During one hospital visit, the other patients were heard to complain about the amount of noise coming from his room. Like many, he put on a lot of weight in his later years. He died at only 60 years old, in his sleep-silent death-may be in sleep apnea.
Queen Victoria was only five foot, two inches tall but she was far from a small lady, with a 46 inch waist. She was known for her insomnia, to the point where her ladies in waiting were told to keep her awake during the day, as she was prone to falling asleep and snoring.
This is only a few of the famous counterparts in snoring, but as you can see snorers are in fine company when it comes to their problem. But don\’t feel proud; get help, before it kills you.