Sure they may snore and kick you in their sleep…but new data shows sleeping with a partner is good for your health.
A new study bucks previous info that said women get better sleep when solo, which shows couples who were in a long term relationship nodded off more quickly and woke up less frequently compared to single sleepers.
Sleeping as a pair increases feelings of security.
It raises anxiety-reducing oxytocin, and reduces cytokines, which play a role in inflammation.
Sleep-related companies will be more successful in cashing in on couples , with mattresses that stop motion from one side to the other and comforters whose two halves have different thicknesses.