Married women sleep better than single ones!

Researchers claimed that married women actually sleep better than single ones. Husbands are often & frequently criticized as obstacle to a good night’s sleep because of snoring & stealing the covers. Women who are stable in relationship then they will have less trouble at night than one who is unmarried or has broken up with a partner.

It seems that husbands are unfairly maligned. The date produced the same results even after taking into account, other known factors which are linked to sleep quality, including age, ethnicity, income & symptoms of depression found in women. Women who had gained the partner over eight years have same sleep quality as the women who were married throughout the period.

Instruments recorded that married women actually experienced more sound sleep. Researchers took survey about the sleeping quality of married women with average age of 50 years. They visited at their homes for three successive nights & wired them up to record various sleep activities such as brain waves & eye movements. The subject was also told to wear wrist monitor for a month, which recorded their sleeping patterns.

The measurements were then analyzed to establish how a woman's relationship status - consistently married, consistently single, gaining or losing a partner, was linked to her sleep quality. Dr Troxel said, “She hopes in future to show that having a happy marriage can lower a woman's risk for sleep problems, while marital strife may increase her risk.”

“We speculate that these findings may reflect a ‘newlywed effect’ or simply the fact that these women may be less adjusted to sleeping in the same bed as their partner than the ‘stably married’ women”, said Dr. Troxel
assistant professor in Pennsylvania. So it’s found through various studies that women who are looking for a good night’s sleep should find a husband as a good start.


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