Do people sleep better alone or together?

If you have a full bed to yourself, you could sleep better than if someone tosses and turns or snores alongside you. Incorrect.

Those who shared a bed with a spouse most nights reported less severe insomnia, less exhaustion, and more time sleeping than those who never shared a bed.

They reported happier relationships and fewer stress, despair, and anxiety.

The idea behind this hypothesis is that sharing a bed with another person might make individuals feel more at ease and protected.

On the other hand, those who slept with a kid the most of the time reported having poorer sleep, including increased instances of sleeplessness,

 an increased risk of sleep apnea, and less control over their sleep.

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