Sleep is one of the most important moments in a person’s daily life, but in some cases it can be disruptive in relationships.
Snoring, alarms, and even stolen blankets have become annoying factors that have prompted some people to change their sleeping habits.
What is a sleep divorce?
A survey by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) found that one in three Americans has decided to “sleep divorce” in order to sleep more comfortably.
“Sleep Separation” is about occasionally sharing blankets or sleeping in separate rooms in order to fall asleep and have better sleep quality.
The survey also found that men are more likely to sleep on the couch or in another room. For example, 45% of men confirmed that they sometimes sleep in a separate room, compared to 25% of women.
AASM spokeswoman and pulmonologist Seema Khosl noted that lack of sleep can make people’s moods worse. For these reasons, the “dream divorce” is not a far-fetched idea.
“A good night’s sleep is important for both health and happiness, so it’s not surprising that some couples choose to sleep separately for reasons of overall well-being.” Indian.
Interestingly, the survey found that nearly half of Millennials (43%) sleep in separate rooms with their significant other, followed by Gen X (33%), Gen Z (28%) and Baby Boomers (22%).
Have you had trouble sleeping with your partner?