When your partner is a snoring, sleeping can be a bit of a challenge. Do you go for earplugs? Smashing a pillow over your head? Trying to make your slumbering partner roll over? Sleeping in another room? You may not have to resort to any of these things though. Get a Medical Opinion Get your partner in to see a doctor to find out if the cause can be treated. Your partner may have a deviated septum or sleep apnea that can be mediated and help you sleep in quiet. The Right Bed Can Help If the medical route doesn’t work, a new mattress could be the answer. Memory foam mattresses shape directly to your body, which makes side sleeping a comfortable experience that won’t put pressure on your joints. Side sleeping can reduce or eliminate snoring. The best mattress can help you both rest easier, whether you are trying to sleeping through snoring or not. You can also ask your partner to avoid smoking, caffeine, alcohol and eating foods that may cause indigestion close to bedtime. A humidifier, breathing stripes and medication may also ease snoring. Don’t Give Up It can be frustrating to find the right combination to ease or eliminate snoring but it’s worth trying remedies until you find one that works. Snoring may be disrupting both of your sleeping patterns and you both deserve to get a good night’s sleep.