10 Best Parts of Sleeping Next to Someone You Love

As you are probably learned by now, sleep is very important in our life. It is as important as to eat or drink. There is much research which show how it is better to have a partner who may be annoying during night, than to not have him in bad at all. They could snore loudly or steal your blanket, but also there are very good things about sleeping next to someone you love.

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    As everything in life there are some good and bad things when you are about to sleep next to someone. These are best parts of it.

    THERE ARE NOT MANY THINGS AS GOOD AS SOMEONE’S EMBRACE WHILE SLEEPING.

    Seriously, it could be the best feeling you may experience. You can’t wait for the night to come because you know how great it is to fall asleep in your partner’s arms. That is very intimate and warm, you feel safe, and you are protected and loved.

    MORNINGS TOGETHER ARE INVALUABLE.

    As much as you are looking forward to falling asleep in your partner’s arms, you can’t wait to wake up. The first thing you see is his or her sleepy face. Could the day start any better?

    WARMTH OF HIS OR HER BODY.

    There is nothing that can warm you up more in a cold winter night than the presence of your partner in bed. You can be completely naked, yet you won’t feel the coldness. Even if you wake up at some point, you will easily fall asleep again because you don’t need an extra blanket. You have someone’s hands.

    LATE NIGHT RELAXING.

    You are very lucky if you have a partner who is in a mood to give you an extra massage before sleep. Many girls like when their boys scratch them because it is very relaxing. After a stressful day you could not want anything more than to relax before falling asleep. There are not many things you could want more.

    YOU CAN FIND OUT THINGS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOURSELF.

    You probably have experienced that your friend or partner you sleep next to tells you of some weird things you do during sleep. You may be a sleepwalker or you may speak during sleep. If you have some of these activities, your partner would reveal. There is no one who is closer to you than him in your bed.

    YOU COULD BE MORE PRODUCTIVE.

    If you have a partner who is a morning person, you can’t avoid some early wake ups. You may hate it at first, but soon enough you will find out how it looks like to finish many things before noon.

    YOU CAN HAVE A REST DAY TOGETHER.

    So, one of you may have many things to do that week, but if another one chooses to stay in bed for a whole day, you can reschedule your obligations. Staying in bad to have some cuddle time with your partner is the cutest thing of any relationship.

    SLEEPING NEXT TO SOMEONE IS HEALTHY.

    Regular sleep is very important in everyone’s life. If you don’t have enough sleep you become nervous and more stressed. It is unhealthy for your immune system too. The fact is, when you sleep next to someone, you fall asleep faster and you probably sleep better. You don’t wake up as often as you do when you sleep alone.

    YOU ARE SAFE AND PROTECTED.

    Who would not feel safe in strong and warm arms of your partner? There is nothing that could cause pain to you because your significant other would not let it happen. You don’t need to panic when you hear some strange noises, because you know you are not alone and your partner would protect you no matter what.

    SLEEPING TOGETHER CAN STRENGTHEN THE RELATIONSHIP.

    The connection that you have during your sleep together is really making the relationship better. You can easily find out whether he or she is for you and whether you can get used to it. Also, your love hormone, oxytocin, is increased when sleeping with partner. It strengthens your relationship and fills it with happiness.

    About the author

    Kirsten Blackwood

    A mental health writer and advocate. Currently I write about depression. My work has always been centered around health as I previously worked at a variety of healthcare-focused agencies. I wanted to help people who were struggling with an illness or disability, but often times didn’t feel the work I was doing was providing the right voice to the people I was trying to help. Here, I can connect to you in your journey by encouraging you to share the good, the bad, and moments in-between.

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