One of the best bed partner of a person is a partner.But what would happen if the soulmates even snore or have sleep habits that unusual?
You are not alone.At least a survey performed in the UK reveal 29 percent of respondents claimed the couple was the reason behind their not sleep well last night.
Other experts say the biggest problem facing the couple is that habitual snoring occurs in 40 percent of the population.
Whereas various studies revealed that poor quality sleep leads to increased risk of a variety of health problems such as heart disease, stroke, until depression, suicide and divorce.
Not only that, sleep is often disrupted as this could damage the health of a woman’s skin.According to researchers from the University Hospital Case Medical Center, Ohio, they were poor sleep quality will lose 30 percent of their body fluids.
As a result, the women who experience it will be easily visible symptoms of aging on the skin.Among them the appearance of fine lines on the face, following a decrease in elasticity and length of recovery time sunburned skin.
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Lack of sleep also makes a person more often in a bad mood.According to experts, this is due to lack of sleep affects the performance of one part of the brain called the amygdala, which plays an important role in regulating a person’s emotions.
In the experiment, someone less sleep and presented with negative images tend to respond more negatively than those who sleep quality.As a result, people like this are also prone to make bad decisions, whether in daily life or for work, including incoherently angry at office colleagues, for example.
Explained Dr. Guy Meadows, sleep health experts from Bensons for Beds, England, no one who practices or sleeping patterns are exactly alike, even though the couple.
“So it might be worthwhile to consider sleeping in separate rooms,” he said as reported by the Daily Mail.
If you do not want to separate from your partner, compromise is the key, or find a bedtime routine that works for both parties, such as one likes to read books then let others watch TV or do anything he likes before bed.
“If I can not either, use earplugs or eye mask to avoid the noise,” he added.