Your Relationship Might Just Be Damaging Your Sleep

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If you’ve been following us for a while now, you’ll know that there are lots of things that can affect your zzz’s. You’ll also know that your sleep partner could be the very reason why you can’t sleep. Apparently, there’s an additional reason why some people who sleep with their significant other can also find it difficult to get some shuteye, and it all boils down to their relationship.

According to a study published by the Social Psychological & Personality Science, people who don’t feel like their partners are responsive are more likely to have sleep issues than those who have partners who meet their needs. Responsiveness in a relationship is a way to measure whether your significant other cares for you and understands you. It also helps you feel more validated and important. People who don’t feel like their SOs are responsive to them tend to have higher levels of stress and anxiety, which can lead to sleepless nights, especially if they sleep next to each other.

A lot of people don’t easily realize that this is the very reason why they can’t sleep, as it is definitely something you realize right away. Resolving the issue can also be tricky. However, addressing it can have a huge impact on a person’s life.

Those who have loving partners tend to sleep better as well. As restorative sleep requires a sense of security and safety, feeling loved and well cared for can definitely put a person at ease and lower their stress levels. This can lead to better slumber.

If you think the reason why you can’t sleep is your partner’s inadequate amount of responsiveness, we’re not sure if a new mattress can help solve your woes. However, getting a Salem Bed can still help, because even if everything doesn’t work out, at least you have a quality and cozy place to spend your nights in.


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