Someone, please tell me what causes a nose to whistle uncontrollably! And tell me why it only seems to happen at night, while lying in bed trying to sleep.
There I lay, snuggled down into my pillow, silicone snausages in place. Turn on the CPAP machine, and close my eyes. :::::::Squeak squeak, whistle whistle::::::: What the hell? So, I snort and snort to no avail. Then I try blowing out through my nose without dislodging the snausages and sending them flying across the room.
Is there a booger stuck in there, making it hard for the air to get by? Is it a nasal hair blowing in the breeze? Someone give me the answer to this, because it's driving me flipping crazy!
I wonder if these guys have the same problem?
And while I'm on the subject of stupid questions, maybe someone can explain this. Why is it that on cool days, my front windshield will fog up, but the rest of the windows in the car don't? Does that make any kind of sense? What's so damn special about the front window that it gets the whole fog experience and the rest of the windows sit there in all their naked, see-thru glory? It just ain't right.