Sleeping in Separate Bedrooms? You’re Not Alone

According to a study by the National Sleep Foundation, one in four married couples sleep in separate beds.  The study sites several reasons such as snoring, restless leg syndrome and opposite sleep / work schedules.  It’s becoming so common in fact that the National Association of Homebuilders has predicted that dual master bedrooms could become the norm in custom built homes.

So, does sleeping separately indicate a problem in your marriage?  Not necessarily.  A professor at the University of Southern California says couples need to determine what works for them, but stresses the importance of keeping your relationship as significant others not as one of roommates.

Do you and your partner sleep in separate bedrooms?

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