Why don’t we get woken by our own snoring?
Asked by: Joel Edwards, Bradford
Well still the current happening here are the some of the reasons why we normally dont get woken by our own snoring, check here for more details.
Your ears still receive while you sleep, but your brain filters out low-priority sounds – you’re more likely to wake if you hear your own name than a random word, for example. Especially loud snores can wake up a snorer, but only partially, and they’ll usually go right back to sleep almost immediately.
Brainwave research suggests that even non-snorers have 20 to 25 of these ‘microarousals’ per hour that they don’t remember in the morning.