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can be a privledge do any of you ladies have sleep issues with the hubby or are you the active sleeper


i am the active sleeper , i do it all sit up , talk , smack liking im eatting an sometimes snore


i was wondering if anyone else had the same issue maybe its you or the hubby


but have you found solutions that work to solve the issue


tia

Posted on November 16, 2010 at 2:15 am
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DH sometimes snores...but not always.  But the problem is more our work schedules.  He works changing shifts so sometimes he works nights and gets in at about 5:45 in the morning....which disturbs my sleep (I normally get up around 8:00).  OR when he works during the day he gets up at 3:45 in the morning! 


Our solution?  When he works days, or if he's snoring a lot, I just sleep in the guest bedroom! ha!   

Posted on November 16, 2010 at 2:55 am
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not me, you can say fire....and I still sleeping like a baby, heavy sleeper.

Posted on November 19, 2010 at 2:54 pm
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Dh likes to sleep in the MIDDLE of the bed, with his hands between his head like he's king! lol. He also snores and sometimes it wakes me up when he grinds his sleep. BUT I think it's worse for him because I talk in my sleep, and I sleep kitty corner, with my legs on his side lol. I cant help it, I have alwways done this

Posted on January 3, 2011 at 12:43 pm
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I have been told that I steal all of the blankets from him and throw them on the floor.  He wakes up shivering.  I feel so bad, but I don't know how to solve it.


He is a loud snorer and wakes up really easily.  Our plan that works: He goes to bed with me and snuggles for maybe ten minutes, then goes out to watch TV.  I fall asleep and then he comes in.  He works late anyway, so he's not usually ready for bed when I am, so it works for us.

Posted on January 4, 2011 at 6:29 pm
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I used to wake up from his snoring, but I got used to it.  You can yell at me, and I won't wake up. But whisper my name, especially if you are my nephew, and I am awake!  Or an unfamiliar noise does that too.  He, on the other hand is a super light sleeper and I talk in my sleep sometimes, or even if I breathe loudly, it wakes him up! When he travels for work I have to get used to sleeping alone, then sleeping with him again.  Messes up my sleep a lot...

Posted on February 8, 2011 at 7:02 pm
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Neither of us snore.  And he's more of a restless sleeper than I am, once I'm out, I'm out.  I don't move and it'll take some serious noise to wake me up.  Buuuuut...


Now that I'm pregnant, I'm all over the place.  I'm a stomach sleeper so since that's out of the question, I'm so uncomfortable.  Constantly moving trying to find comfort and of course getting up a number of times to tinkle.  Hopefully once baby's here, I can resume my sleeping regimen.  Well...at least the position.  I know sleep will never be the same again :)

Posted on February 9, 2011 at 1:02 pm
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Hubby works nights so I got used to being alone I have a hard time sleeping when he is in the bed on his nights off. I am a light sleeper and everything bothers me. lol

Posted on February 17, 2011 at 2:10 am
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My husband has very very long legs, so I have many names for them.  One of those being bird legs... I had to pee in the middle of the night, and came back to bed.  When i returned he was all over myside. I said "honey remove your long bird legs from my side" he began to sing all about his "bird legs"  He rolled over and was still SINGING...


The next morning he never remembered lol

Posted on March 26, 2011 at 2:16 pm
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my hubby snores very loudly and its horrible when his allergies act up, and he comes to bed really late and it wakes me up I sometimes fuss at him, bc lack of sleep triggers my migraines :(  but he also has sleep apnea and instead of using his machine which also makes loud noises towards the morning when its on full blast he says the mask is uncomfortable. eeek so yes takes a lot of getting used to

Posted on March 29, 2011 at 5:03 am
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ellenandleneal .......wowas i was reading yours all i could think was is that me or what!!! LOL  my hubby has the same problem and i too suffer from migraines. 


If his alergies are acting up he refuses to use his machine so i have to suffer through his snoring which make for a bad night for me and triggers my migraines... it takes a lot of getting used to.  Plus he loves to sleep with the ceiling fan full blast PLUS a small fan on his side which i get cold and "hog" all the covers can we say Burr?!  LOL He claims i snore a little i call it breathing heavily  lol i do snore a bit i will NEVER admit to it  shhh!  HA! 


 


 


Posted on April 4, 2011 at 8:25 am
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Well I am not married yet but just from the times where I have fallen asleep watching a movie this issue does concern me lol. I could sleep through anything and have a tendency to roll in my sleep. This does not bother me but I know that my FI will have an issue when he can sleep by me because he is a restless sleeper who frequently suffers insomnia. I have tried different things to help him get to sleep but nothing seems to work well for him. Any suggestions?

Posted on May 9, 2011 at 3:03 am

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