It's a sleep position often adopted by highly sensitive and emotional people and nearly double the number of women sleep in the fetal position than men.
Divorce is one of the most stressful life events you can go through. And one of the most common symptoms of being stressed out is an inability to sleep well. Yet, sleep is one of the best ways to minimize the effects of stress by allowing your body and mind to recover. It can seem like you’re in a catch 22. You’re stressed out because of all the changes resulting from your divorce and really wanting a good night’s sleep (or two!), but you’re so stressed out and your mind never slows down long enough to get the sleep you’re craving whi
Do some couples sleep on different schedules? Yes. Do some couples wake each other up in the middle of the night with snoring and sleep-talking and tossing in bed? Yes. Does that mean that 30-40 percent of couples are sleeping separately? This is one new stat that we just don't believe.
There are plenty of nights that end in late night pizza with your girls, but for those that end canoodling with a guy, we give you 6 beauty products that will last from the bedroom to brunch.
Let’s face it, marriage is work. And if you throw in an extra dose of fatigue due to one snoring spouse, chances are this is going to add to that already taut thread of patience required in successful marriages. So what is one to do if there is a snoring spouse in the equation? The fact is; chronic fatigue will only increase stress, reduce patience and cause friction between both parties. If this sounds at all like what you and your spouse are currently experiencing, then there are a few ways to reduce the tension and get you back running smoothly and much more peacefully.
Ok . . . you read my FB Fan page you know that today was a rough day for me. I woke up tired and angry. I mean really pissed off. I wasn't angry at anyone or anything in particular - well there was the cat - but over all it was a general feeling of anger.
A fun new study from Hendrix College in Arkansas asked a co-ed group of college students about their perception of other people's interest in sex.
“Last night I had the weirdest dream! What do you think it means?” How do we begin to make any sense of our dreams that appear as metaphors and symbols with mystical, scary or fantastical landscapes coming to use in the calm of the night? Who are those people we recognize or don’t and what are the messages? "Between the dreams of night and day there is not so great a difference."
If your guy goes by the alias "snore machine," you may have good reason to cosy up to the couch: Poor sleep can make you feel ungrateful and taken for granted in your relationship, according to research recently presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
Jealousy can get the best of anyone. It can creep up when least expected. Triggered by seeing photos of a boyfriend’s former lover with amazing hair and a perfect figure, a neighbor pulling up in the driveway with a shiny new car or a best friend who arrives for a dinner date carrying a ‘too die for’ handbag.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley suggests that sleep deprivation can make it harder for tired couples to value each other.
1. Your partner has a cold, the flu or anything otherwise catching 2. Your partner snores 3. Your partner steals the covers 4. Your sleeping partner whacks you, strangles you, hogs the bed, or rolls you in the mattress like a hot dog 5. Your partner’s feet (or something else) stink it up under the covers