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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    Literally the first night as in once and only once in a lifetime?

    Because one night, skip two or three, might not be a bad strategy.
    Once a month or maybe every couple of weeks would probably work. I have not experimented enough.

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    I just realized something, not sure I'm ready to unpack it yet, but... I don't think I've ever had a hard time falling asleep when I was out camping.

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    An option. Someone mentioned noise masking/ noise isolation.

    Foam ear plugs can be very good at blocking sound. There is blue reusable putty thatís better still. The problem is these are a disorienting. You wonít hear the baby or an alarm. Maybe a smoke detector. Trade one stress for another? These are king for blocking snoring partner.

    External noise generators are ok but need to be fairly loud . Some situations are ok. Plenty of online noises for backgrounds . Some programming to initiate and sustain sleep. Most pleasant solution. Wonít work for snoring partner.

    Earbuds or head phones give a combination of noise isolation and sound masking depending on what you play. Most buds are two big for restless sleepers. Dozens of apps available. Could work for snoring if your willing to turn on loud.

    The most innovative new thing is the Bose sleep buds. They just play a few dozen randomized loops of white noise, nature or soothing. They are very comfortable all night and stay in. A good combo of isolation and sound. They are expensive and donít play anything but their loops.They are too small for general music(?).

    The first gen failed but second gen pretty reliable. I think you can program to get or not get phone notifications.

    Not a perfect sleep solution but usually gives an xtra hour for me.

    At fairly high volume, will work for snoring partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    At fairly high volume, will work for snoring partner.
    Interestingly enough, I am told I snore like a sawmill, but none of the women who slept next to me has ever complained. I guess women donít hear snoring or whatever. I know for a fact the lack of complaints on this case did not come from a high level of sexual gratification performed by the offending snorer.

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