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Beware the Snoring Husband

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Friday, 17 Mar 2017 03:49 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Snoring husbands keep many women up at night, yet very few talk about it. Not everyone can leave the bedroom and sleep elsewhere, and a lot of people misunderstand the need for a good night’s sleep.

Some couples think that if they don’t sleep in the same bed it’s a sign their marriage is in trouble. That is not true.

In fact, if you cannot get enough restful sleep, your marriage, health, and other things in your life also will suffer.

As people age, they are more likely to snore, and quality sleep becomes harder to come by.

Hormone loss, general aches and pains, dietary issues, side effects of multiple medications, and the need to urinate at night also disturb you and your partner, making sleep difficult.

If you can, sleep in separate rooms and see how that improves your mood, marriage, and life in general.

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Some couples think that if they don’t sleep in the same bed it’s a sign their marriage is in trouble. That is not true.
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