Could sleeping in separate beds be better for relationships?; Credit: Pam Gradwell/Flickr
Whether it’s because of differing sleeping schedules, uncomfortable beds, or the classic snoring problem, more couples are asking for their own sleeping space.
National Sleep Foundation surveys have found that the number of couples who sleep in separate bedrooms is increasing. In fact, it’s estimated that 25 percent of U.S. couples don’t sleep together.
What’s your experience of sleeping apart from your spouse or significant other? Is it better for your relationship or does it create distance? Do couples sleep better apart?
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