- #312073 January 25, 2016 at 2:00 pm
I use a CPAP machine for sleep apnea but I nonetheless snore every night, frequently waking up my wife. She has tried various types of ear plugs to block out the sound so that she can get a good night’s sleep, but has so far found nothing that works. The most success she had was with “hunter’s earplugs” that we bought at Bass Pro Shop, but those plugs keep coming out of her ears during the night, so clearly we need to find some other solution.
Ideally we’d like to find a pair of noise-blocking headphones that are comfortable to sleep in, but all I have found are (very expensive) headphones from companies like Bose that supposedly block out most sounds but also have a cord to be plugged into an iPod or other electronic device. My wife does not want to listen to music at night; she just wants to block out the sound of my snoring.
Can anyone suggest a specific set of earplugs or noise-canceling earphones that are truly effective in blocking out most if not all the noises associated with snoring? Again, we’re not looking for traditional type headphones that a person would plug into some device such as an iPod.
This is a serious problem in our household. Any help or advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated.#312260 March 4, 2016 at 1:07 pm
I’ve had the same issue. My husband is a snorer and any earplugs I’ve tried just fall out during the night. And headphones just seem like they would be really uncomfortable to sleep in. I’m reluctant to spend any more money on something else that isn’t going to work so any suggestions of products people have had success with would be greatly appreciated!#334834 February 6, 2018 at 2:39 am
My husband has tried this due to my snoring sound.But he couldn’t continue with this because of irritation.
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