Daily Political reports on eight presidents whose snoring was so severe it made it into the history books.

Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt was one of America’s most beloved presidents, but his snoring certainly didn’t win him any praise. During a stay in a Washington hospital, he snored so loudly that the staff had to relocate the entire floor of patients so they could get to sleep. Sleep problems affected Teddy Roosevelt his entire life, particularly after he gained weight; he eventually died in his sleep of a blood clot.