|I might just snore worse than Grandpa.|
I’m fat. Not thick, big boned or husky, but obese. I wouldn’t say I’m morbidly so, but I need to drop at least 50 lbs. This is something I am actively working on. With my new job I have better hours, and can actually exercise on a regular and eat healthier. Once I drop that weight the snoring will be gone, right? Then again I change sleep positions frequently. Several friends attested to the fact that I didn’t snore while in one position. The noise only came when I switched. I just don’t know which one causes the snoring. What if it’s the one I’m most comfortable in? I don’t know when I’m snoring unless told.
Most of all, I have blocked nasal passages. The official medical term is inferior turbinate hypertrophy for my condition. Due to my allergies, my turbinate are enlarged the size of Cleveland last I heard. I already can’t half smell, so I tend to sleep with my mouth open. I read snoring could be an indicator of sleep apnea. This snoring is ridiculous. I’ve got to solve this problem before it gets much worse.