Top 3 Reasons, It’s Ok Your Dog Sleeps in Your Bed Every Night

Your pet is family and has been with your from thick and thin. Many sleep experts say that the pet should not sleep with you in bed as they might disturb you. However, there is another camp of avid pet owners who would never let their beloved dog or cat sleep separately.

Despite some of the inconveniences of a dog in your bed, there are many positive reasons for you to decide that your best friend can be your roommate.

The article below highlights all the benefits of your pet sleeping in the bed with you.  

Dog Sleeps in Your Bed

Dog Sleeps in Your Bed?

Dogs have long been considered man’s best friend. Not only do they provide companionship and loyalty, studies have shown that having a dog around provides huge health benefits. Almost everyone will agree that dogs are amazing. In fact, people love them so much that they’re happy to let their dogs sprawl across their bed at night.

Is the discomfort worth it? Yes!

For dog lovers, the reasons why dogs should sleep in their bed far outweighs the occasional sleepless night.

They make you healthier.

Dog Sleeps in Your Bed

Having a dog around, even while you sleep, will make you a healthier, happier person. Studies performed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Health show that dogs lower your risk of heart disease. How? Both organizations believe dogs help minimize stress which will lower cholesterol and triglycerides levels. If you recently suffered a heart attack, dogs can help you recover faster too. Remember, an apple a day may keep the doctor away, but a dog will keep your stress at bay.

They help you sleep better.

People suffering from insomnia have reported that having a dog in their bed helps them fall sleep. The presence of slumbering dogs can chase away the stress accumulated through the day, and the rhythmic sound of their breathing works better than a lullaby. During cold nights, snuggling against your dog feels warm and cozy, because their body temperatures run several degrees hotter. Their presence can also provide comfort, especially after a nightmare.

Read the original article and discover all the reasons why your dog should sleep in your bed.

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