Our expert says:
Hypnosis for you isn't the solution, but a better way for dealing with his snoring. Falling asleep quicker won't protect you from waking when he snores later in the night.
(a) check out the possibility of Sleep Apnoea, especially if he's a bit overweight. Does his snoring get louder and louder, then suddenly stop as he stops breathing altogether for a short time, then snorts and starts up again ? IF so, get him to see a doctor to check on this, maybe checked with a local sleep lab if one is available.
(b) otherwise, check on when he snores --- mostly it's when he lies on his back rather than his side. Sew a cottonreel or something similarly hard and uncomfortable in the middle of the back of his pyjama top or sleeping T-shirt, so h'll sleep comfortably on his sides, but when he rolls on his back it'll bother him and wake him, to turn back to his side.
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