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Wife Secretly Captures Videos Of Snoring Husband, Mixes Them With The Song ‘Despacito’





As a wife to a snoring husband, falling asleep might be a tedious task. You sleep everyday hearing his loud snores until the time you get used to it. A woman, however, has taken her husband’s snoring quite lightly.

In fact, she’s so fond of her husband’s snoring, she captured videos of it and mixed it with the famous song, ‘Despacito’, the iconic song by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber.

Whay a lovely lady!

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In the viral YouTube video titled ‘Ronquidito – ft. Raul Amadar Marquez’, the woman explained in Spanish that she started to record her husband’s loud snoring about four years ago. ‘Ronquidito’ was a play on ‘ronquido’, which is the Spanish term for snore.

In the mixed video, which her nephew helped to create, her husband could be seen snoring at any place and time he falls asleep. This man had slept literally everywhere – at the dinner table, the park and even in the backseat of a car.

He falls asleep anywhere! At the park…

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and even during dinner.

Source: Raúl Amador

The funny video has been shared many times and has gone viral on various social media platforms including Reddit and Facebook.

Watch the viral video here:

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While the video may be hilarious, excessive snoring and falling asleep anywhere may actually signal an underlying health condition. Sleeping disorders may sound petty for some people, but they are actually warning signs of other health issues.

A Warning about Snoring and Sleeping

Narcolepsy is the condition in which the sleep-wake regulators in the brain malfunction. As a result, those who have this are excessively sleepy during the day and fall asleep at inappropriate times.

Habitual snorers, on the other hand, are predisposed to a string of health issues including long interruptions of breathing, a strain on the heart, poor night’s sleep, low oxygen levels in the blood, and daytime sleepiness.

Snoring can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is characterized by a series of breathing cessations which are greater than ten seconds at a time, due to upper airway collapse or narrowing. This condition may cause long-term health problems because it leads to low level of oxygens in the blood, forcing the heart to work harder.

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