For most people a pet is considered to be an important member of the family. So that many pet owner sleep together with their adorable pets. According to a recent survey of pet owners by the American Pet Products Association, nearly half of dogs sleep in their owner’s beds. The survey found that 62% of small dogs, 41% of medium-sized dogs and 32% of large dogs sleep with their owners.
The survey also found that 62% of cats sleep with their adult owners, and another 13% of cats sleep with children.
But is it healthy to sleep with our pets? People who suffer from allergies or asthma should not sleep with their pets, or have them anywhere in their bedroom for that matter. However, upon discovering that their pets are causing allergic reactions, many pet lovers will still refuse to kick their pet out of their bed. They will either suffer with the symptoms or endure allergy shots to try to compensate for their decisions.
According to the Mayo Clinic’s sleep disorders clinic, a pet can cause sleep disorders. Nearly half of the patients who come to the clinic is a dog or cat owner and 53 percent said their cats or dogs disturb their sleep.
“There are insomnia patients who had undergone various examinations to determine the cause. It turned out that the cause is because the pet dog is always scratching all night, ” said Lisa Shives, MD, medical director of the sleep disorders center.
But what about sex? The whole notion of whether or not to be intimate with a pet in the bedroom is different for every couple. Some are very creative with how they handle it. Some will put the pet outside the room during the time of their intimacy. Others will distract the pet with its favorite treat. Others simply don’t care and ignore the pet while they are involved with their love partner.
However this has to be completely worked out between the love partners. If one of the partners is uncomfortable or objects to the audience during sex, an agreement must be reached.
It is also very important that the cat or dog does not physically come between the human couple. That intimacy of snuggling and cuddling is all important, actually more important than the actual sex, and should not be disturbed by an animal.
Well, if you think that you do not suffer from allergies and you get sleeping well, and your *** partner agree with your decision as to whether your pet Should be in or out of the bedroom, so there is not one thing wrong you get sleeping with your pet.