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iVillage: 11 Ways to Get Your Husband to Stop Snoring

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Consider This Could Be Serious for You

Your partner’s snoring might be doing more than just interrupting your dream life with Channing Tatum. Disrupted sleep can leave you pretty cranky. It’s also harder to concentrate when you’re zonked, a real hazard on the road. We eat more when we’re tired, which could result in a few unwanted pounds, says Jaffe. And if you find yourself asking people to repeat what they said more often than usual, a bad nights' sleep could be the reason: In a small study, researchers found that bed partners of snorers experienced hearing loss similar to that of people exposed to loud noises. You may become a light and anxious sleeper. No matter how you cut it (or saw it), snoring should not be brushed off as a nuisance you have to live with.

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