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Watching your partner toss and turn the whole night through is painful. It may or may not disrupt your own sleep, but either way, the effects of sleep deprivation will wear on the person you love. Many effects of a lack of sleep, such as feeling grumpy and not working at your best, are well known. But did you know that sleep deprivation can also have profound consequences on your physical health when people are sleep deprived, they feel more irritable, angry and hostile. Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety. During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health.
Struggling to get your fair share of the bed? 19% of sleepers blame their other half for a disturbed night. We've got top tips and specialist products for your pursuit of a fair share of sleep. Our top tip for a harmonious bed-time? Go as big as you can in your choice of mattress and duvet so you have plenty of room (and duvet!) to yourself when it comes to those precious hours of sleep. If you notice that your duvet always seems to go walkies in the night? Why not do as the Europeans do and sleep with two singles - even better you can choose your ideal tog & fill.
You spend one third of your life in bed, so don’t overlook one of the most common and addressable solutions for sleeping better: your bedding. A great bedding set with a full set of protectors can make a significant difference in the way you and your partner sleep together. Nights will inevitably be more restful and restorative if you are both comfortable and well supported throughout the night.
Sleep is related to marital satisfaction. Those with lower marital satisfaction are more likely than their counterparts to report symptoms of insomnia, daytime sleepiness, and they're getting less sleep than they did five years ago. Add children to the mix and you lose even more sleep and experience more symptoms of daytime sleepiness. More than 12% of married adults with children report typically sleeping with a child; a vast majority of these adults (81%) report having a sleep problem.
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