Is it normal that i hate my dads snoring?

I highly hate his snoring when he is in his room, whenever I'm in my room he snores loudly to the point where I can hear him upstairs and I have to close my door, the way he does it irritates me. It's like he always does it.

Is It Normal?
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  • Its really unhealthy he gonna have a heart attack. He needs to get one of those breathing machines. My mom got one she hasnt snored since.

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  • As others have said, snoring is often a sign of an underlying health issue. It's often associated with sleep apnoea, which is where the soft palate falls back and completely obstructs the airway. This can put serious stress on the heart and lead to a coronary. Sleep apnoea also results in the person being forced to wake up several times every night, and this means they never get a really solid night's sleep. Chronic sleep-deprivation not only makes the person grumpy and generally difficult to live with, it also leads to dozing off while driving and accidents at work or around the home.

    I guess your father dying would be one certain way of ensuring that his snoring doesn't bother you any more.

    If you don't particularly like that idea, maybe you should be encouraging him to seek medical advice on why he's snoring and what can be done about it.

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  • I would say it's OK. But it's also out of his control. You can try to condition yourself to see it as funny.

    Probably also make it a habit to just close your room's door, not just when he starts snoring .

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  • Poor guy has a health problem and you’re feeling inconvenienced. Why don’t you get him some help? Losing weight helps curtail snoring. One day you won’t have him, and you’ll feel petty.

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  • Get you some earplugs, and encourage your father to get sleep study done.

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  • I have a huuuuge resentment towards my dads snoring. Could be a deeper issue there.

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  • Join the club.

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  • I'm sorry that your Dad's health problem bothers you so much.

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