Women Sleep Better Next To Dogs Than Men – Here’s Why

Ah, cosleeping, which depending on the night — can be a blessing or a curse. We’ve all probably shared a bed with someone in our lifetime, whether it be a friend, a significant other, or a pet.

According to a new study, the best co-sleepers aren’t humans, but pets! Our bed usually has AT LEAST two dogs in it (and sometimes a kid) but I know that some people don’t let their dogs in their beds, so to each their own.

Sharing A Bed

man and woman in bed snuggling as he kisses her forehead
Photo Credit: Toa Heftiba / Unsplash
Photo Credit: Toa Heftiba / Unsplash

Sharing a bed is very intimate and romantic, and research has proven that it actually has lots of benefits for your health AND for your relationship, which makes it a double whammy.

Sharing a bed means being together, being close, and feeling lots of warmth. But, it can also mean having your blankets stolen, being kicked off the bed, or feeling uncomfortable and hot at times.