Tue Jun 19, 2012, 05:57 AM
Warren DeMontague (70,166 posts)
Well, this is interesting:
Anecdotally and from personal experience (particularly from my younger days of doing shit like taking 3 day wilderness treks with groups and then sleeping in big cabins or tents) I would suspect a lot of it has to do with the propensity of one gender, in particular, to snore louder and more than the other.
And I don't mean women.
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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 12:13 PM
G26 (31 posts)
2. My wife got me a Tempur-Pedic neck pillow...
for Christmas. It stopped my snoring immediately and permanently! She says it's the best $100 she ever spent. The only downside was that it gave me a stiff neck for about a week until I got used to it. Now that my neck's broken-in, it feels comfy. I might get one of the mini pillows they make for travelling since hotel pillows are usually too soft.