ThirdQED answered Friday September 4 2009, 4:46 am: When you got something blocks the flow of air through your mouth and nose, the walls of your throat (particularly the tissues at the top) vibrate each you time you try to breathe, causes the sound that we call "snoring."
Usually we don't, but if the girl snores like a horse--loud enough that we have a hard time trying to sleep--then yeah, that's annoying.
There are some ways to reduce snoring:
--If you are overweight, then lose some weight.
(Overweight people might have bulky throat tissue, which would somewhat blocks the airway [which causes snore].)
--Before you sleep, no alcohol, beer, soft drinks (sodas), snacks, sleeping pills, basically anything that may cause your muscles to become too relax.
(The over-relaxed muscles may fall back and block the airway.)
--Sleep on your side rather than on your back. (This doesn't work very well if you have a habit of rolling all over the bed while sleeping.)
--Sleep with a pillow.
(Basically the point of this is to keep tilt your head upward a little; pillow is just a good tool to keep your head like that. I guess you could use his arm as a pillow, too xD)
jm93 answered Friday September 4 2009, 4:36 am: There's a number of different things that can cause snoring! Instead of typing the whole entire thing out about snoring, and confuse both you and myself (haha), I decided to give you a few sites that will help!:
Do guy's find it unattractive if you snore?:
Honestly, it depends on the guy. But, A LOT of people snore..so, guy's, and pretty much anyone, really don't mind. Unless it's a very loud and annoying snore, which in your case..it's not, obviously! He said it was cute. That's good! :). I understand it can be embarassing..just read the sites I gave you..and they may help. If a guy does care about your snoring and finds it unattractive..then he's not worth your time! As I said before, MANY people snore..including myself, no guy has ever found it unattractive that I've known!
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