British Couples Solve Snoring Problem With Second Master Bedrooms

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August 31, 2015

Rather than learn to live with a partner who snores, affluent British couples are finding it more feasible just to get a separate room, The Washington Post reports.

Architects in the United Kingdom say that more houses are being built with two master bedrooms to accommodate snoring spouses, or couples that have different schedules or different sleeping tendencies.

A relationship expert quoted in the piece says that separate rooms and beds will not necessarily put any strains on relationships.

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