13 Tweets That Perfectly Describe Struggle Of Sleeping With A Snorer

In a perfect world, you and your significant other would fall straight asleep cuddled in each other’s arms every night. But most of us don’

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In a perfect world, you and your significant other would fall straight asleep cuddled in each other’s arms every night. But most of us don’t live in perfect worlds. We live in the world of hot sleepers, blanket hogs and… snorers.

Snoring can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea ― meaning if the snoring is regular, loud and sometimes causes gasping noises, yourpartner should getchecked by his or her doctor. Other, less serious causes include drinking too much before bed, allergies, colds and sleeping on your back.

Regardless of the cause, the struggles of sleeping with a snorer are all too real. Just check out the tweets below.

*watching husband sleep*

Me: "I just love him so much, he's my everyth-"

*husband snores*

Me: "I can't live like this."

— Six Pack Mom (@Six_Pack_Mom) August 28, 2016

*my dog whimpers in her sleep* omg so cute

*husband breathes in his sleep* SHUT THE FUCK UP

— olll (@dulcetry) June 24, 2015

Snore again and I’ll smother you.

–married pillow talk

— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) January 16, 2015

My wife got a Fitbit for the sole purpose of proving how many times I wake her up in the middle of the night by snoring.

— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 20, 2016

Me, crawling into bed, "Can you do me a favor?"

Hubs, "OMG YES!"

Me, "Let me go to sleep first so I don't have to listen to your snoring."

— Lady Lawya (@Parkerlawyer) March 7, 2017

Stages: Coping w Snorer

1 Nudge

2 Say "You're Snoring"

3 Roll them

4 Kick/Growl

5 Stab w pen

6 Scream TAKE THIS CUP O SUFFERING AWAY FROM ME

— Amanda M-W (@Manda_like_wine) May 26, 2016

When your husband snores the majority of the night…#sendhelp#snoring#wifeproblemspic.twitter.com/IGb8ZsMMEd

— Jamie Stephens (@oujamie) March 7, 2017

[elbows loudly snoring hubs]

Hey, you're snoring.

H: I'm not even sleeping!

M:

H: [snores again]

M: {fluffs sleep aid/murder weapon}

— CJ (@cajones113) March 13, 2017

I'm not saying you were snoring much it's just that I've never had such an intense dream about the local sand & gravel before-

— Al Dente (@six_2_and_even) March 11, 2017

When your hubby falls asleep first & snores so loud you want to suffocate him w/ a pillow. #momlife#wifelife#nosleep#snoring

— Kathleen Gullette (@KatSusanne1982) March 2, 2017

When you're pinning all your hopes for a good night's sleep on the life of the battery in your noise cancelling headphones #snoring#Bosepic.twitter.com/cJNMOZCwPA

— Holly Cook (@holly_louisec) February 25, 2017

I will never sleep good again.. so with it. Maybe. #relationships#nuvyar#raytothemax#tired#snoringpic.twitter.com/QOnSekNMvq

— Nüvyar (@nuvyar) February 9, 2017

Sarah DiGiulio is The Huffington Post’s sleep reporter. You can contact her at sarah.digiulio@huffingtonpost.com.

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