(HealthDay News) -- A little bedtime conversation can be just the time couples need to catch up and have some quiet time together, but make sure it's not wrecking your sleep.
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The National Sleep Foundation recommends:
- Avoiding all technology, including TVs, smartphones and tablets, in the bedroom. It can wake you up and distract your valuable quiet time together.
- Talking about the events of your day or other lighthearted topics. Avoid emotional conversations that will just get you worked up.
- Putting off disagreements until the next day if you do start arguing about something. It's no good to discuss when you're tired, so agree to bring it up again at a better time.
- Don't worry if you don't feel like talking. Sometimes just lying quietly next to each other and cuddling provides just the sense of safety you need to get to sleep.
-- Diana Kohnle
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