Do Homeless People Snore?


It's that they're skinny. Obesity causes obstructions and that's why the vast majority of obese people have sleep apnea, and the vast majority of apnea sufferers are obese.

But, since non-apnea related snoring often happens because of things like sickness/allergies, excessive drinking, and smoking, I promise you there are homeless who snore.
Having slept with several dozen homeless people I can state unequivocally that they DO snore, but only after a big meal. This is why I try not to feed them too much before I kick them out.
No, but the guy on my porch talks to himself all night.