Couples Are More Welcoming Toward Separate Beds Or Bedrooms

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March 31, 2017

A recent survey from the National Sleep Foundation found that 25 percent of married couples sleep in separate beds. Some couples need more distance, as 10 percent of respondents said they have separate bedrooms.

Realtor.com reports that the arrangement has even reached the White House (or, Mar-a Lago). Us Weekly reports that Donald and Melania Trump sleep in separate bedrooms (another source said they just sleep in different beds).

Separate beds and bedrooms aren’t necessarily a sign of a problematic relationship. Instead, couples like their own spaces if one of them snores or jostles around throughout the night, or if they work and sleep on different schedules.

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