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Can Snoring Affect My Marriage?

Monday, 15 Nov 2010 02:57 PM

Snoring can mean more than lost sleep in a relationship, it can lead to irritability, fights, and even divorce.
The trouble often starts when one partner loses sleep because the other partner is snoring all night. This lack of sleep can increase strife in a relationship, which in turn can lead to frequent small fights that can then morph into bigger fights.
Some couples take the easy way out, sleeping in separate rooms. However, not only does this solution avoid the problem, it can also cause more damage. Sleeping in separate rooms can rob the relationship of tender moments, erode the bonding between the couples, and even lead to a lack of intimacy.
The good news is that there are many remedies available to deal with this problem that typically bothers more men than women.
There are some simple exercises to stop snoring along with medications and minor surgeries. Folk remedies, such as a teaspoon of honey before bed, can also help.
However, the best advice for couples who have snoring issues is to seek treatment before a little lost sleep turns into a lost relationship.


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