How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep by Going to Bed With Your Partner

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According to Psychosomatic Medicine, couples who go to bed together have better interaction with each other. Women reported more positive interactions with their partners when their bedtimes were on the same schedule. Moreover, these couples were more sensitive to their partners’ emotional ups and downs. They also reported a stronger relationship connection between their sleep patterns and relationship performance. Moreover, couples who go to bed early are likely to disturb their partners and this can lead to frustration and anger.

To prevent procrastination, make a public commitment. Decide the exact time you will go to sleep and schedule text or phone calls to remind yourself of it. Create a deliberate plan and build in triggers through the process. If you are committed to the process, make it public and tell your friends about it. Your friends will keep track of your progress and you will be more likely to stick to it. By making this commitment public, you will become more likely to get enough sleep and be able to enjoy your evenings more.

Reading before bed is a good way to wind down. It also helps you get tired. Studies show that reading before bed can help people sleep. The activity helps them relax and wind down before sleeping. Other sleep-inducing activities include knitting or organizing photo albums. It also helps to reduce anxiety. By doing these things regularly before going to bed, you will get a better night’s sleep. The goal is to improve your sleep, but make sure you keep them in mind.