18 Mar Is snoring having a negative effect on your marriage?
A boxing glove on a stick isn’t exactly an effective stop snoring aid – but at 3am it sure is useful to stop the freight train sleeping beside you.
Snoring often fosters deep resentments between partners that can erode their feelings for one another. Partners of snorers are often desperate for a good night’s sleep – more often than not resorting to sleeping in a separate room, a habit that can have devastating effects on a marriage.
Is your marriage is suffering because you or your spouse snores?
20% of all Australians snore – two out of every ten Australian adults. That’s one in four men and one in six women.
Snoring is more than a bedtime annoyance and it shouldn’t be ignored. Snoring can indicate a more serious problem, such as sleep apnoea, which is potentially life threatening due to the repetitive pauses in breathing during sleep. Sleep disorders can have a serious impact on your health as well as on your relationship.
You need to know that we can help to reduce or even stop your or your partners snoring. At the Sleep and Snore Centre, Dr Levi works with you to find the correct pathway to the most appropriate treatment.
The first step is to book an initial consultation with Sleep and Snore Centre. Contact us today to make an appointment with Dr Levi.