If you've ever slept with a snorer, a kicker or a sleep-talker, you may not believe the results of a new study that suggests sleeping with someone is better for you.
Researchers followed the sleeping habits of female participants for a period of 8 years and determined that they got more and better quality sleep when they were in long-term relationships. They also tended to live longer and enjoy better health. The study theorized that it's probably largely due to the psychological benefit of having a partner. (Thanks, science? Just in case you needed a compelling reason not to die alone.)
Hoda asked KLG if she thought this was accurate.
"What are the chances Frank's watching right now?" Kathie Lee wondered. Then she explained that when they were first married, she slept like a baby ... until menopause.
But, she said, two members of her family really enjoy spooning: Her dogs.
What about you? How do you prefer your sleep?
Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor. She sleeps in a bunk bed.
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