I am not kidding here—a new study came out suggesting that couples who have trouble sleeping and who sleep in the same bed may get better sleep if they sleep in separate beds.
Apparently around 25 percent of U.S. couples sleep in different beds or rooms, according to the National Sleep Foundation. This is no small wonder when we consider how many couples complain of the others’ snoring! When we also consider incompatible work schedules, issues with small children waking up—and even pets, it’s understandable.
Many of us might not own up to separate quarters out of some sense of shame, said Dr. Don Townsend, the St. Paul (Minn.) Lung Clinic’s resident sleep-medicine expert.
This was reported in the Chicago Sun Times. To read the original article simply click here.