They come in for a snoring test appointment, and within seconds the husband makes a comment such as, “My wife made me come.” Snoring is more common in men than women, but the reverse is also common. The snoring spouse who feels “dragged” to the doctor’s office is resentful that his or her snoring problem can’t be left alone. The spouse that does the dragging-in is frustrated and tired. Ordinarily affectionate couples can have a strain in their relationship caused by snoring.
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Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say
August 14, 2012 at 13:08 | Report abuse | Reply anna My boy snored like a drunk sailor til he was 3, then we had his huge tonsils and adenoids removed and he is a quiet, still, happy little sleeper, successful in preschool and ready to conquer kindergarten. August 17, 2012 at 01:44 | Report abuse | Reply B. Shine I can relate, lol my moms says I too snored LOUD….cont would get sore throats & once I had my tonsils removed it all stopped. :0) I now have a 17month old Boy who snores like crazy! lol August 20, 2013 at 11:04 | Report abuse | Charlie Our middle son, which is 4 now, was breastfed until he was 15 months old.
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