Sometimes the biggest obstacle to a good night’s sleep is your partner’s sleep disorder. Whether it’s restless legs or PLMD, insomnia’s tossing and turning, sleeptalking or other kinds of unusual sleep behaviors, or everyone’s favorite—snoring (and, much of the time, sleep apnea), a bed partner’s disruptive sleep problems can quickly become your own personal nightmare. Maybe a sleep divorce is a solution for you? These women seem to give credence to the idea that couples can stay together even if they sleep apart; in fact, some might save their entire marriage by making this one simple change.
[November 1, 2018 || Loose Women]
“Would you rather sleep in a different bed away from your partner? The panel discuss whether or not they would take a sleep divorce.”
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