Why Separate Beds Can Improve Your Marriage

In Dreamland: Adventures in the Strange Science of Sleep, David K. Randall focuses on the odd history of the bed, as well as how sleep, or the lack of it, impacts our daily lives. Studies have shown that women tend to sleep more lightly than men, and men tend to snore more than women. This can create a disharmonious sleeping arrangement for couples. Add to this disharmony the effects of a poor night’s sleep, which we all know can make any day much more stressful, and we can see the reasons why some researchers believe that sleeping in separate beds is the key to a successful marriage.

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