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Snoring and sounding letter "p" during sleep
nancyOR posted:
my husband snores nightly but more interesting/annoying is that he makes the sound of the letter p in his sleep. I'm a light sleeper so I'm asking if anyone out there has had this experience. He makes this soud loud enough to wake me and states that it's woken him up a few times too.
BetzWeb responded:
It's too funny and I'd laugh if it didn't wake me up too. Yeah he will sound like this papapapapapa and then do his usual snoring thing. Sorry I can't tell you if there is some kind of remedy for this. I use white noise to get me thru sleeping with my pppppoor husband.

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