Disputes between couples and problems with getting enough sleep at night are not uncommon issues. In fact, almost every person is familiar with these two situations. However, scientists are now finding that there is a dangerous link between lack of sleep and marital disputes that can have negative effects on a person’s health. More than one in three people in the United States get less than seven hours of sleep a night, this lack of a good night’s sleep can contribute not only to negative physical health effects, but also irritability and fights in marriages. These arguments, though common, can increase inflammation in the body, and people who are sleep deprived are especially prone to these dangerous effects. On top of that, couples who don’t get enough sleep are less able to handle their problems with each other, and they can be directly influenced if their partner is unable to get a good night’s sleep. Not only can this effect the person’s ability to handle stressful situations, but it can physically affect the other’s person’s sleep as well, further exacerbating the problem because now you have two irritable, sleep deprived people. So, it is vital to a healthy body and relationship to get enough sleep and handle arguments in a healthy way, otherwise risk your physical well-being.
Don’t go to bed angry is more than just marital folk wisdom; it’s good science too. #HealthStatus
- 1Fights affect sleep, if you are upset you can not sleep.
- 2Sleep apnea and snoring not only disturbs your sleep but also keeps your partner awake leading to irritability.
- 3A minimum of 7 hours of quality sleep is necessary for good health.
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