My husband has talked in his sleep, not very coherently, sometimes in English, sometimes in Spanish. When he's spoken in English, I've asked, "What?", initially because I thought he was talking to me. He would wake up. When he's spoken in Spanish, I've asked, "Que?" He would wake up.
THE MAN NEVER HEARS ME TALK TO HIM WHEN HE'S WIDE AWAKE, BUT WHEN HE'S ASLEEP, MY WHISPERING WAKES HIM UP?! WTF?!
Hahaha... [bites tongue]... [wants to make women joke]... [bites tongue harder]... OUCH!
Hmm, my sleep patterns are positively mundane compared to the anecdotes shared here.
I feel the same way. My own sleep experience is boring.
I will say I am far more prone to snoring (or possibly just snoring far more loudly) if I'm flat on my back and will startle myself awake if I'm just drifting off and make a loud "snort".
Bill, those are the exact symptoms for sleep apnea. You need to have it checked. I am doing much better since I got my CPAP last May. Please see your doctor about a Sleep Study.
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