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Couples should consider sleeping apart for the good of their health

Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by Ng'wanza Madaso, Sep 9, 2009.

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    Ng'wanza Madaso JF-Expert Member

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    Couples should consider sleeping apart for the good of their health, an expert has said.
    [​IMG] Expert advocates sleeping apart



    Getting a decent night's sleep is more important than cosying up between the sheets to please your partner, says Dr Neil Stanley.
    Research evidence suggests that sharing a bed is bad for sleep, he told the British Science Festival.
    One study found that if one partner moved in his or her sleep there was a 50% chance of it disturbing the other.
    Another revealed that the longer couples had spent together, the more likely they were to have separate rooms. By the time they were aged in their 70s, 40% were choosing to sleep apart.
    Other research showed that men were likely to prod their snoring partners awake, while women tended to put up with the noise - as they struggled to sleep.
    Dr Stanley, who set up one of Britain's leading sleep laboratories at the University of Surrey, said poor sleep was linked to depression, heart disease, strokes, lung disorders, traffic and industrial accidents, and divorce. Yet sleep was largely ignored as an important aspect of health.
    "If you want to live a happy and healthy life, diet and exercise are important but so is sleep," said Dr Stanley, speaking at the University of Surrey in Guildford.
    He said the modern tradition of the marital bed only began with the industrial revolution, when people moving to overcrowded towns and cities found themselves short of living space.
    Before the Victorian era it was not uncommon for married couples to sleep apart, he argued. In ancient Rome, the marital bed was a place for sexual congress but not for sleeping."
     
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    Caroline Danzi JF-Expert Member

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    Its true, unalala na li mtu mna siku kadhaa hata salaam hampeani. Nafikiri aliona mbali humu mpaka akatoa hiyo makala.

    Kulala pekee ni nzuri kulika kulala na mtu.
     
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    Mtu B JF-Expert Member

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    Makubwa! Kumbe wapo wanaolala na watu ambao hata hawasalimiani nao? Hatari kubwa hii! Huyo wa hivyo bora usilale naye kabisa! Lakini kuna mwanamke mwingine kulala nae raha jamani, mnaongea maongezi matamu kwa sauti ndogo huku mkitomasana hapa na pale, halafu mnajisikizia wenyewe kama ile kitu mnataka au la. Kama mnajisikia mambo yanajipa yenyewe. Kama siku hiyo hamjisikii, mnaendelea kubembelezana hadi kausingizi hakoooo kanawaiba, mnaendelea huko ndotoni, mkiamka mnasimuliana ndoto zenu, jamani raha iliyoje.

    Mimi nikipata mke anayetaka nilale peke yangu, ajue kajiweka nafasi mbaya sana, ama ya kuachwa au kugeuzwa buzi.
     
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    GP JF-Expert Member

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    marriage is the only war where you sleep with your enemy on the same bed!.
    BIASHARA MATANGAZO, haya kina dada wa JF kazi kwenu!!.[​IMG]
     
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    Masanilo JF-Expert Member

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    Maisha ni kusaidiana jamani!

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