Re-ignite your romance this Valentine’s Day

Are you feeling the love this Valentine’s Day? Or is the only love you’re feeling for your bed when your snoring partner isn’t beside you? If it’s the latter, then don’t worry – we’re here to re-ignite your romance.

Why you should do something about your partner’s snoring

Sleepless nights are going to take a toll on both you and your partner. It only takes one grumpy comment to spark arguments left, right and centre. It’s best to get to the root cause of their snoring before emotions get out of hand, and your relationship becomes strained.

Physical intimacy disappears

Kicking them onto the sofa may sound like heaven, but it won’t be long until you’re missing them beside you.

Don’t let the resentment build

It’s a situation that’s all too familiar… you’ve had a bad night’s sleep. You get annoyed at your partner because their snoring is showing no signs of disappearing any time soon. Let the arguments commence.

Too tired to do anything

A nice meal on a Friday night would be good to round off the week, but you’re too exhausted. A hard day of work and a sleepless night don’t mix well. Maybe next week.

Possible causes of their snoring

There are many ways that you can support your partner and get to the root cause of their snoring. A good place to start is by looking at any lifestyle changes they may be able to make. Cutting down on alcohol, quitting cigarettes, and losing weight can all help ease snoring.

Factors like medication, menopause and pregnancy can also be reasons why someone might snore.

How the app can help your partner

SoundSleep is a useful and easy tool to help discover the causes, factors and solutions for snoring. During the night, the app will record how often and loudly you snore. In the morning, it provides you with free snoring reports to help you track your night-time noise more accurately than other snoring apps. It’s a super helpful way to track your sleep health journey, and link any lifestyle factors (like the ones mentioned above).

The app can also be used alongside a Snoreeze Oral Device, a mouthpiece that targets sleep apnoea and loud snoring. SoundSleep monitors the difference that it’s making to your snoring. If you think you might have obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), or have already been diagnosed (and managing your condition on a nightly basis), then SoundSleep can help you on your journey to better sleep.

To download the app from the Apple App Store, click here. To download from the Google Play Store, click here. Practice some self-love this Valentine’s Day and kiss goodbye to sleepless nights.