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How To Improve Your Sleep When You And Your Partner Have Different Sleep Needs

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How To Improve Your Sleep When You And Your Partner Have Different Sleep Needs

2019-10-23 11:00:331 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

Many couples who struggle with competing sleep habits haven’t figured out how to make their bedtime habits work in their relationship. Some people snore, battle insomnia, sleepwalk, or simply have work schedules that don’t align with their partner's schedule. According to HuffPost, this can lead to a chronic deprivation of sleep and a host of physical and mental issues. Rather than suffer or blame your partner for your sleep problem, experts suggest working through it together. “The key thing to acknowledge is that you have individual differences; it does not mean you don’t like each other or you’re doomed". Rafeal Pelayo Sleep specialist Pelayo suggests that being open and communicative about your sleep and comfort needs could help. He also suggests the use of comfort enhancers like white noise machines, earplugs, eyes masks, and gentle alarms. Pelayo says some couples even opt to split it up and do a few nights together and a few nights apart to meet their sleep needs.

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