By Serena Gordon

HealthDay Reporter

FRIDAY, June 26, 2020 (HealthDay Information) — Delighted couples apparently make good bedfellows. New study says that when delighted couples slumber jointly, they are likely to have more — and much less disrupted — immediate eye motion (REM) slumber.

The REM section of slumber is when you desire, and it is really been joined to emotion regulation, memory consolidation and artistic trouble-resolving, the researchers explained.

“There is — even in the health care community — the idea that if you slumber with a lover, you might subjectively imagine that you slept well or