My Chinese-American husband snored. I woke at the slightest disturbance. For years, it was a miserable combination. I survived on earplugs and every sleep medication known to man.
Then my ear canals got infected. The doctor told me I couldn’t wear earplugs anymore.
I told Andy we had to do something about his snoring. Like many snorers, Andy didn’t really believe he snored.
“And if I do snore occasionally,” he insisted, “it’s not loud.”
“I can hear it when I try and sleep in the living room,” I argued. “Sometimes it’s not even a snore—it’s like a snarl!”
“You’re just a light sleeper.” Continue reading Dead Asleep (#296)