Sleep and Our Relationship
Starting in our relationships we spend a lot of time being in love and in bed with our partner. At that time we can’t keep our eyes, hands and thoughts off of each other but after some time this changes. We get more busy as life takes over and instead of going to bed together tv shows, internet games, children, work etc. need more attention than our spouse.
Turn in at the same time
Research shows that if couples turn in together this has an influence on the relationship. 75% of people who are in a relationship and turn in at the same time are happy within their relationship as this percentage goes up a lot of women even label their relationship as improving! This seems easy enough right? So pick the right priorities and turn in together!
Sleeplessness causes more than just tiredness
When we don’t sleep well our face shows signs of sleeplessness such as deep wrinkles, dark circles around our eyes and an overall less colourful face. It’s not only our face that shows signs of distress, also our mood and temper is influenced if we don’t have a good night’s rest. Ever had an argument with your spouse that didn’t need to escalate that badly? Negative feelings often get a predominance over positive when we feel tired and haven’t slept well.
Arguing and Sleeping
As we shouldn’t leave our houses when we are in an argument with our loved ones we shouldn’t go to bed angry either. Irritation in the night doesn’t help a relationship. the more tired we are the more important our disagreements seem. especially women are more inclined to hold on to angry and/or sad feelings in the morning. So suck it up give each other a kiss and sleep better but also keep a better relationship with your loved one.