How To Fix Sleeping Problems That Are Ruining Your Relationship
You might be wondering, what do sleeping problems have to do with our relationships? Well, believe it or not, if you’re not getting a good night’s sleep, this might cause you to show lesser gratitude to your partner because you’re grumpy and your head is throbbing. Research says that showing gratitude is one way to repair a broken relationship so saying thank you may be as important as saying “I love you.” Before that, you have to get a good night’s rest.
Simple Solutions To Common Sleeping Problems
To help you out, here’s a list of common sleeping problems that many of us struggle with. Apparently, our partners may also be struggling with these or vice versa. Read the list to know what the simplest solutions are:
Different Waking Up Times
Don’t you just hate when your partner’s alarm goes off? He or she has to get ready, but the mere sound of the alarm is causing you to wake up at the wrong time. The best solution to this would be to use an alarm clock that’s vibrating. Our smartphones could have this function or we can simply purchase an alarm that we can put under our pillow to vibrate.
There’s no cure for snoring, but there are techniques that the snorer can use to minimize snoring while asleep. Some experts recommend a nasal dilator which can be purchased through online marketplaces.
Different Temperature Preferences
Do you want the temperature up while your partner prefers the temperature to low? Well, to solve this you merely have to set the temperature in your bedroom to a cooler degree. Why? Because it’s easier to get warm than to stay cool. At a cooler temperature, the partner who prefers a toasty environment can wear socks or make use of an extra blanket.
TV While You Sleep
Most people like to sleep with the TV on. Or, they doze off as the TV continues to function. If your partner doesn’t like this, it’s best to set the TV sleep-timer to 30 minutes after bedtime.
These are some really practical tips that you use to help you get a good night’s sleep. For other tips on relationships, dating, and self-improvement, check out other posts on the blog.