Sleeping next to one’s partner might entail endless tugs-of-war for the shared blanket in the middle of the night — besides learning how to fall asleep despite their snores and their tossing-and-turning, of course. But the effect of the practice may not be as disruptive as it appears prima facie to our conscious mind. According to a new study, falling asleep next to the one we love can also have a range of benefits for both our physical and emotional wellbeing such as
It’s improves people’s sleep quality, and also reduced the severity of insomnia some may experience, alongside their risk of sleep apnea.
the study also found that compared to sleeping alone, sharing a bed with one’s romantic partner can reduce anxiety and depression. In addition, it was also found to help people not only fall asleep faster, but also sleep longer . Naturally, then, People also reported feeling less fatigued after a night of sleeping next to their partner.
“Sleeping with your partner also stimulates the release of a cocktail of chemicals such as oxytocin and serotonin that can help you get a great night’s sleep and also reduces blood pressure
It’s improves people’s sleep quality, and reduced the severity of insomnia some may experience, alongside their risk of sleep apnea.
But If your partner hinders you to fall asleep or disturbs your sleep, and you are much more relaxed if you sleep alone, that is probably the best sleeping arrangement to do.
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