Before you commit to someone, a lot of people find the idea of sleeping and sharing a bed with someone for the rest of their lives very daunting and overwhelming, but for most couples, once they fall into a routine of sleeping by each other’s side each night, it’s very hard to sleep without them. While the concept of never leaving each other’s side may work in chick flicks and fairy tales, real people have business trips and commitments that sometimes keep their significant other home alone. Let’s find out how to sleep when your partner is away so that next time, you can sleep as if they are right beside you.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 23% of American couples sleep apart at night. For the other 77% who enjoy sleeping next to their significant other, for the most part it seems that men are the ones who really like sleeping next to their wives at night. In general, it seems that people who sleep next to their partner sleep better than adults who sleep alone. A survey of insomniacs shows that out of the test group, 27% of insomniacs were people who sleep alone at night.
For those of you who can’t sleep without your other (perhaps better) half, try some of these simple solutions.
These are just a few of the many sleep remedies you can try when your partner’s away from your bed. Let us know your favorite way to sleep when you’re away from your significant other!
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