They believe my insomnia, depression, and migraines are all tied in together.
It is kind of a toss-up as to which is the "root" problem, though. Probably the depression. My migraines started after I had my first child, and the insomnia began after the divorce from my 1st husband (9 yrs ago)
Can you tell me about the situation when the partner does not snore?
I do sleep better when my husband is in the house, so if he did not snore so bad, I would imagine it would be easier to sleep with him there.
The time I sleep the best is on like a Saturday mid-afternoon. I think because Hubby is home and totally in control of the kids, and I can just let go of all the worries for a while. My daughter used to have horrible asthma (she's pretty much outgrown it now). But some of her worst attacks happened in the middle of the night, so I got used to waking up at the least little noise. I think in the back of my head I am always worried somebody is going to get sick or hurt, and I can't relax.