Cage as an anti snoring device?

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Gehngus
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Cage as an anti snoring device?

Post by Gehngus » Sun Nov 24, 2019 6:30 am

now here is an odd one.
I'm a snorer. it drives the wife mad. while on holidays i wake the kids up. . usually.
Everyone complains. I dont even realise I'm snoring. I just wake up after being punched for apparently no reason.
while im in a cage. no snoring. my wife pointed it out, and it's consistent.
I'm currently only in part time lock up. But I do not snore any more.
I'm assuming because it's less painful if I lie on my side and lift my legs when woken by my erections. and posibly I would start snoring at erection time where's now I wake up and reposition.
Or. Posibly because I do more. More active. Leaner and lost some fat from my soft pallet?

Any views on this or has anyone else experienced similar?
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Re: Cage as an anti snoring device?

Post by KittensBoyToy » Sun Nov 24, 2019 11:38 am

Pretty sure it's the sleeping on your side, not the cage. I snore bad but we have an articulating bed. Raising the head stops me.
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Re: Cage as an anti snoring device?

Post by danj » Sun Nov 24, 2019 11:59 am

I rarely snore on my side. On my back, it can happen and she wakes me up. No difference, locked or unlocked FWIW.
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Re: Cage as an anti snoring device?

Post by Gehngus » Sun Nov 24, 2019 12:09 pm

Most likley the case. I think it might have changed my sleeping habit.
I could only nod off while on my back. Arm went numb on my side.
Now I don't find i can nod off if i lie on my back caged or not. Having slept on my side for 3 months caged my subconsciouse mind may have decided that's the only way I'll get a decent nights sleep. Numb arm is the lesser of two evils.
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