Here’s Why You Should Never Get Up To Pee In The Middle Of The Night
This one should probably go without saying, but if you find yourself wide awake at 2 a.m., try to let your partner sleep.
It probably goes without saying that you shouldn’t wake your partner up outright — they need their sleep too!
If you flip on the light or clamber noisily out of bed, you’re just going to end up with double the cranky, sleepy people the next morning.
Of course, there are exceptions: if your partner is making enough noise in his or her sleep to wake you up, there’s a chance that they need to be woken too, particularly if they have asthma, sleep apnea, or allergies that might contribute to snoring and difficulty breathing while asleep.
If that sounds like your partner, a trip to the doctor might be in order.
DON’T: Toss And Turn
Laura Caseley for LittleThings