Mark Twain had it right. A snorer doesn’t usually hear himself snore or even realize he is snoring. Those who sleep in the same bed or room, or, in some cases, the same house, however, are very much aware of the snoring.
” The strain and stress of living with a snorer can even lead to domestic dissension and divorce. Not the least of the problem is sleep deprivation. If your mate’s snoring keeps you awake night after night, then obviously you are not getting the sleep you need. Sleep deprivation can cause irritability, muddled thinking and even illness. Lack of sleep also leads to poor performance at work and can disrupt family life. When you add all these factors together, it’s no wonder that snoring can lead to divorce.
Often, when a spouse is disturbed by the partner’s snoring, he or she will move into a separate bedroom.
According to a recent survey, 80% of snoring couples sleep apart. This is another thing that does not bode well for a good sex life and a happy marriage. But, besides disturbing the sleep of those who must share your space, snoring can cause other problems.
People who snore often awaken with headaches, dry mouths and sore throats. They may not feel as rested as they should because, even if they are not aware of their snoring, still it can disturb their sleep.
Snoring also deprives your brain of oxygen that it needs to function properly. This lack of oxygen actually kills off brain cells.
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