Sleeping in separate beds could help married couples with relationship, experts say

By The Christian Post

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It’s been a longstanding tradition of the English upper class and recent studies show almost one in four married couples already do it; now some mental health experts say sleeping in separate beds could help couples improve their relationship as more people seem open to the practice for a variety of reasons.

"People are losing sleep. They are waking each other up, and there is this resentment that begins to build in a relationship," Jill Lankler, a New York clinical psychologist and life coach, told USA Today. "If you don't address that, obviously your relationship is going to suffer, your work suffers. It's this cascade."

In 2007, the journal Sleep and Biological Rhythms published a study that found that women are more likely to be disturbed by the man’s presence in bed than men by a woman.

Source:The Christian Post