Beloved Relationships

Getting a good night sleep is paramount. So is maintaining a healthy relationship with your partner. Combine the two and you’re onto a winner! Sending a text message to your partner every night before bed can provide you with a number of benefits and improve relations between you and your other half. It can also provide your partner with peace of mind, something that could result in a better night’s sleep. Here are some tips on the advantages of good night messages for relationships.

Why is It Important to Send Text Messages Before Bed?

Studies show that many couples who spend the night apart send a text message to each other before they fall asleep. This is usually done during the evening or right before the other person goes to bed. These texts might be a short message to tell the other person they are thinking of them or a simple “good night” message. Usually, these SMS messages are short, loving and might include an emoticon.

Sending a message like this to your partner lets them know that you are on their mind, even though you are apart and not in the same room. You will also be able to show that you care by sending this type of text message. Moreover, these texts serve a dual purpose. As well as letting the other person know that you care, you are also affirming that you are OK, putting the other person’s mind at rest. This can result in a better night’s sleep not only for your partner but for you as well.

What are the Benefits of a Good Night’s Sleep?

Countless studies have examined the effects of a good night’s sleep. In fact, people who sleep well are more likely to be productive at work and have the energy they need to function properly. Experts believe you should get between seven and eight hours of sleep a night, although some people might need as little as six. Getting enough sleep helps your body recover after a long day and leaves you feeling recharged the next. People who don’t have a good night’s sleep often report feeling “groggy” or even grumpy the next morning, something that could have an impact on the rest of their day. Sending a text message might rest your partner’s mind and encourage a better night’s sleep.

The Importance of Regular Contact With Your Partner

Sending a  good night text to your partner might seem like a small gesture, but it can be indicative of communication in your relationship as a whole. You might find that sharing your thoughts and secrets with your partner will strengthen the bond between you two and lead to a longer-lasting and more meaningful relationship. Studies emphasize the importance of communication in a partnership, and how couples should share more of their feelings in order to avoid misunderstandings and even arguments. While, for many, this communication should extend much further than a text message, a SMS is a great place to start for couples who want to communicate more effectively.


How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

As well as reassuring your loved one with a quick text message every night before bed, there is a whole heap of ways you can get a better night’s sleep. Experts suggest going to bed at a regular time every night and trying to stick to this pattern. Although going to bed at a certain time of the day might not suit you at first, your body should soon get used to it. Others suggest that turn off screens (TV, phone etc.) about an hour before you are planning on going to bed. This can help your eyes relax and essentially “calms” your brain.

The types of food you consume and when you eat your meals can also have an effect on not only when you fall asleep but how long you are asleep for. You might want to refrain from stodgy, unhealthy foods before bedtime, especially if they leave you feeling bloated. Try and incorporate healthier foods into your diet instead. Alcohol can also have an effect on your sleep patterns and result in a poor night’s sleep.

What Other Tips are There?

Some people think that having a milky drink before bed helps them to relax and get a good night’s sleep. Others believe that reading a book will send them into slumber. The truth is, there’s not one universal method that works for everyone. You might need to try different techniques if you having trouble falling asleep to see which one works best for you. If you have tried various methods and still can’t fall asleep, you might want to talk to a doctor who can provide you with more advice. They might suggest other ways you can try in order to improve your sleep and reduce insomnia, such as changing your lifestyle or incorporating more relaxation techniques into your life.


Morning Text Messages

Some couples might send morning text messages to each other as well. This means they communicate before they fall asleep and afterward. For many of these couples, this communication keeps them happy. They know that their partner is thinking about them and can share messages quickly when they need to. For other couples, regular contact throughout the day is just as important as is a sign of a healthy relationship. This might include a phone call before or after work or text messages to let the other partner know they are OK. In fact, sending a text to their beloved helps someone communicate their ideas, share their thoughts and problems and offload.


Sending good night messages to a partner before bedtime is the preferred form of communication for many couples at this time of the day. In fact, some couples prefer to converse with their partner this way than over the phone. There are various benefits associated with this type of communication, including bonding and closeness. What’s more, these type of text messages can let the other person know you are safe and are thinking about them. As many people find these types of message comforting, sending an SMS before bed can lead to a better night’s sleep for both members of the couple.

-Andrew Guerra

One Comment Add yours

  1. Latoya Roy says:

    I enjoyed reading the blog. Very informative and enlightening.

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