Heavy Snorer …

“His snoring was so loud.   It was as if a generator was turned on at night, just too loud to  wake me up,” she said, “But then I became concerned. He would just (he gasps for breath). It would take his breath away. I felt frightened”

His friend said, “He roars at night!”

She took her self out of the room at night. “Baby i cant sleep. Its too loud.”
She was half asleep and took a stroll in the terrace, it was a moon lit cool night. She could hear voices from the other room.
Struggling out of an unconscious state, noises resound an hour later. Not again!  Oh, no! They’re coming from the opposite wall. A man’s voice…. “Oh, baby” repeats like a broken record; What the hell is she performing on him?

She gets closer to the wall.  A vibrator works to sleep her. It subdues her.

She restrains  from throwing a shoe against the wall. Silence falls an hour later. The inner turmoil of her single status leads her back to the snorer and to a troubled sleep.

The next morning she met her friend at the break fast table for a refreshing meal.  “I could feel a electric shock go through my chest when he touched me for the first time.”
“Did you feel it with him yesterday….”


Snoring is caused by a blockage in the back of the throat. What you hear is the tongue forced to the back of the throat when a person is lying on their back.

When people snore they don’t always stop breathing, but there are chemicals in the brain that should trigger breathing that are not stimulated when a person snores. Without the stimulation the person will often stop breathing.

When a person obstructs at night and stops breathing, oxygen levels drop dramatically and hormones and adrenaline surge. Those hormones contribute to high blood pressure, irregularities of the heart and can trigger heart attacks


Author: apboss

I love to share and experiment with words, words for me are like olfactory senses, they wake me up in a garden of experiences, SOUL meets me

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