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How snoring can affect you

Jan 8th 2014 at 2:55 AM

Suggest using the phone sparingly, keep the unit away from the body when connected, and make calls only where the signal reception is good. Do not sleep with the power on in the room and use headset when possible technology. http://www.sccs.swarthmore.edu/users/09/leo/intlblogday/forum/read.php?1,2351

U.S. couples prefer separate bedrooms

A survey in the United States reveals that by 2015, 60% of new homes built in the United States will have two main rooms for the couple.

Is that increasingly, couples want two bedrooms for your use, in order to ensure harmony in marriage.

The trend may be due to the desire for a better rest, as experts say the lack of restful sleep can cause tension in the relationship.

Goal Haul wail, the National Association of Home Builders, which conducted the survey, said the trend is "demand-driven, that will continue."

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Separate rooms usually considered a sign of problems in the relationship, but for many people, they may be becoming a practical necessity. http://www.sccs.swarthmore.edu/users/09/leo/intlblogday/forum/read.php?1,2352

Snoring, nocturnal visits to the bathroom need for health insurance plan e with infants and toddlers and night shifts at work may deprive couples of recommended for a restful sleep seven or eight hours.

The problem would become more acute with the changing roles of men and women in society, with women trying to balance work outside the home and children. The expert in family relationships, Stephanie Coots told the American newspaper The New York Times that there are many couples "so convinced they have a good marriage that do not like to sleep in the same room."

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