Drinking Coffee Could Help Your Relationship, Says New Study
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Many people drink coffee in order to boost their energy and feel recharged throughout the day. But, it turns out that your daily latte could have another unexpected benefit as well. According to a new study, coffee might actually help your relationship with your spouse or significant other.

Per Psychology Today, researchers recently found a link between coffee and relationships. Basically, it all boils down to sleep. The study, published in the Journal of Family Psychology, recently surveyed 68 newlywed couples and found that the majority of spouses were more satisfied after they had gotten more sleep.

Why? The more shut-eye people get, the more capacity they have to overcome any negative feelings that come up about their spouses.

How exactly does coffee come into the picture? If getting more sleep isn’t a possibility, drinking coffee could act as an effective alternative. After all, caffeine consumption helps moderate the harmful effects of sleep deprivation, as most of us know all too well. Given that, it also makes sense that it would help regulate behavior in romantic relationships on those challenging, no-sleep days.

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So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and order a extra large coffee for you and your significant other. Who knows? You could doing yourself — and your relationship — a big favor!