Yes I am afraid I think YABU although I'll grant you it's irritating. Snoring and/or apnoea is not something you have any control over once you are actually asleep (there's possibly something that can be done longer term, but I've a feeling the jury's still out on that one) and staying awake on a stuffy train with a soothing rhythm is not always easy either!
The other irritating bodily functions mentioned here are far worse imho!
DH actively chooses to sleep on the train in the morning, in fact he deliberately picks a train where he knows he will get a seat for that reason.
DH also snores. Believe me, I know. He did go to the GP about it but she did some basic blood tests and then shrugged, then we moved six months ago and DH being a man has not got around to seeing our new GP over it yet.
When he falls asleep in the car he snores so I imagine he does on the train too. I do feel for his fellow passengers but at least they don't have to sleep next to it at night!
I admit I have a thing about people snorting ie not blowing their nose, sickening and bad enough when children do it but adults, yuck!
Sorry you're not sleeping well.
If you feel unsettled stomach-wise, cut out rich or spicy meals late in the evening. Drink a glass of milk or eat a banana before bed as this may help to settle your tum. A bottle of fizzy water within reach you can sip from during the night may help relieve acidity.
If you're having to get up to go to the loo a lot, try and drink less in the hour before bedtime and 'go' before you go to bed.
Just a suggestion, sleep lying on your left hand side to improve circulation, digestion, kidney and liver function.
Bend your knees slightly and place spare pillows to give support for your lower back, tummy, hips and joints. Maybe invest in a memory foam sheet or layer on top of the mattress to relieve painful joints.
YABU - some people suffer from sleeping disorders like sleep apnea and will fall asleep anywhere without realising. In the case of sleep apnea the person can stop breathing whilst asleep so if they are lucky will snore loudly in order to breath - if unable to snore they could die.
Thank you donkeys. Bizarrely it's not any of those things and By happy coincidence I already sleep on my left side. It's just I wake up about every 3 hours and I'll be completely wide awake for about an hour for no reason! It's exhausting!
The sniffers are just people who forgot to pick up a pack of tissues on their way out of the house that morning. They know they are being irritating, but sniffing is preferable to letting snot drip into their lap until they can get somewhere to grab a tissue.
I'm never bothered by these sorts of things, because generally they are things that people can't help doing, but get furious about antisocial and thoughtless behaviour - music too loud, swearing, phones in silent carriage and so on.