The Dastardly Side-Effects Of Second-Hand Snoring
When there is a snorer in the house, it can affect everyone in the house...
Especially the bed partner of the snorer. If the snorer is you, odds are, neither you nor your partner are getting a good night's sleep.
When you’re sleeping and snoring and gasping for air, you’re not fully aware of what’s happening because, well, you’re asleep. You likely don’t realize the effects this has on your own health...but have you ever considered the effect your snoring is having on the health of your loved one trying to sleep right next to you?
You see, after you’ve dozed off, your bed partner must try to fall and stay asleep amid your ear-splitting snores and sputtering gasps for air. At all hours of the night, they’re either elbowing you in the ribs to get you to roll on your side and quiet down to a dull roar or jostling you awake to make sure you are still alive!
It's true...go ahead, ask the spouse of a snorer, what goes through their mind when they reach across the bed just to make sure their partner’s heart is still beating. It can be terrifying.
And before you know it, the sun is coming up, the alarm is going off and the kids are ready for breakfast. In your partner's sleep-deprived state, they must try to function and go about their daily routine. Not very easy when they're in a state of chronic brain fog and fatigue from yet another night of poor sleep.
It's time to snuff out second-hand snoring in your house. And this doesn't have to be a chore! It's the smart thing to do for you and your longevity. AND, it’s a selfless act to bring better sleep and more restful nights to your spouse and everyone else in the house.