Who do you sleep with, and I’m talking about actual sleep, not anything intimate. Well besides some pillow talk.
Why is who we sleep with important? Turns out there is some positive benefit to sleeping with your partner, yes that is beside any intimacy.
Let’s take a poll and ask this question – Who or what do you slumber with?
- My Patenar
- My Cat
- My Dog
- My self
- My digital device
In a study from the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Wendy M. Troxel found that women in stable, long-term relationships slept better than women without a partner. Sleep is linked to heart disease and psychiatric well-being, meaning that a healthy and consistent sleep pattern leads to health benefits. In fact, some scientists hypothesize that one of the reasons that people in steady, intimate relationships live longer and are healthier is because they share a bed.
Originally Posted at Chato Stewart’s Mental Health Humor at Psych Central: https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor
We’ve talked about taking medication the last few blog posts. Whether you are for medication or for something stronger and all natural like COFFEE, I feel it’s a personal choice.
Stewart, Chato. (2018). Psych Central. Retrieved on Feb 8, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/
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