Our editors debated which would be better – a post about the funny side of snoring, or a post about the serious side of snoring. Then they said, “why not both?”
First, it must be mentioned that snoring is not a laughing matter, because it could be a sign of sleep apnea, which is a potentially harmful condition linked to a host of health issues. If you snore, you owe it to yourself to get it checked out by either a dental professional trained in sleep issues, a sleep specialist, or your doctor.
That said, here’s a collection of funny/serious videos on the funny/serious side of snoring. Enjoy!
Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea | Harvard Medical School
Bet you didn’t know Shaq went to Harvard, did you? Well actually, it was because his wife discovered he was suffering from sleep apnea, and decided to seek help. Watch the video and hear his story…
Whose Line Is It Anyway? | ABC
Remember this classic series hosted by Drew Carey? Here’s a great routine by show co-creators, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie, who are tasked with presenting an infomercial for a snoring self-help kit. Take a look…
Snoring Uncovered | CHI Health
A Nebraska-based hospital group produces a fun video series on health issues, including this one on snoring. For a great overview, watch this…
Jessica Keenan | People Who Snore | NYA Comedy
For a quick and funny take on newlyweds stymied by snoring, check out this clip of Jessica Keenan’s bit…
A Simple Fix For Snoring And Sleep Apnea | Tech Insider
Check in with Tech Insider producer, Kevin Reilly, as he seeks treatment for his own snoring problem…
Costaki Economopoulos – Snoring | The Laugh Button
Problem with many snorers is, they won’t own it. Watch veteran comedian, Costaki Economopoulos, negotiate with his wife to reach the “correct” solution to his snoring problem.
Kellie Pickler’s Secret to Stopping Her Husband’s Snoring | ellen
Last but not least, singer Kellie Pickler’s got a rather strange solution to her husband’s snoring problem. Watch as Ellen struggles to get it out of her.
Funny stuff here – but seriously, folks – speak with us if you discover that you snore. Your health and life may depend on it!