Nothing puts a pep in your step quite like a solid night of rest, especially when there is so much on your to-do list between organizing, work, and even enjoying the warm weather outdoors. Sleep is vital, not only for you as an individual, but for your relationship as well.
While many studies have confirmed that sleep is good for your health and overall productivity, a 2013 study by the Department of Psychiatry, University of California in San Francisco found that “sleep quality moderates the relationships between amygdala reactivity, negative affect, and perceived stress” – aka, you’ll probably overact and be irritable to the people you see day-to-day if you’re not getting decent sleep. Definitely not the thing you need when taking your relationship to the next level with moving in together.
But it doesn’t have to be months before you adjust to your new home life dynamic. Here are some things you and your partner can do to help keep sleep time sacred.
Keep it positive. Avoid heated conversations before bed and make a habit of talking about the good rather than complaining. A study by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found that women collectively reported better sleep days when they had fewer negative interactions with their partners specifically.
Keep it dark. According to the National Sleep Foundation, avoiding excess light during nighttime is essential for quality Zzzs. Turn off all screens and invest in some blackout curtains to maintain the atmosphere you need.
Keep it comfy. In a survey commissioned by the National Sleep Foundation, 85 percent of participants claimed comfortable sheets and bedding were a large factor in the quality of their sleep with 73 percent going as far as believing sheets and bedding played a large role in romance.
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