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Here's How Relationships Can Affect Your Sleep In The Long-Term, According To Experts | Fox&Co. Mental Health
See Author Article Here By Julia Guerra Not to freak you out or anything, but the choices you make today really do have an impact on your future, even in ways you wouldn't expect. Life is funny that way; sometimes two completely different aspects of life can collide like colors in a messy drawing, and you're stuck trying to figure out the bigger picture. Take your love life, for example. Did you know your romantic relationships can affect your sleep? I'm not necessarily referring to that can't-eat, can't-sleep phase where everything's coming up roses and you and your partner can't get enough of each other, either. According to new research, negative relationship experiences in early adulthood might have some unexpected effects on your sleep quality well into your 30s. According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, 50 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders, while an additional 20 to 30 million report the occasional night of tossing and turning. If you're among that 20