Confession: When I reached my breaking point with Dan’s snoring, I did not handle it well. The roar of his snoring, along with a baby and a toddler interrupting my sleep for weeks on end, turned me into a shadow of my former self.
Nobody wants to wake up at night to the sound of their bed partner snoring. It’s just not pleasant. Not only is the snorer’s sleep impaired, but yours is too. While the snorer in your life explores their options to stop the noise, you need a way to sleep peacefully at night.Continue reading
Sound interferes with your sleep in more ways than one. It doesn’t just wake you up. In fact, disturbing sounds, like snoring, can impact the quality of your sleep even if you technically sleep through the night. Because the brain...Continue reading
More than a third of American adults are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Multiple factors can contribute to this poor sleep record, including snoring. As a snorer, or...Continue reading
Sharing a bed with someone who snores impacts more than just the snorer. As their bed partner, you’re subject to the noise interrupting your sleep. With a disrupted sleep cycle you may experience side effects during the day such as...Continue reading