“The universality of our findings is important. That is, we know all people need sleep,” said Jim McNulty of Florida State University in the United States.
The study highlights the significance of sleep as it relates to self-control, which influences how married couples feel about their partner.
Self-control needs energy that can be replenished during sleep. “Up to one-third of married adults report that sleep problems burden their relationship,” theauthors said.
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