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Snoring isn't the only problem that can mess with a couple's sleep. For some duos, contrasting sleep schedules prove quite
What's behind the drive to sleep separately? There are a number of reasons that couples find themselves considering separate bedrooms. Here are some of the most common.
The last finding is particularly interesting: A lack of sleep by one person in the relationship resulted in greater likelihood of diminished feelings of appreciation by both partners. This suggests just how deeply sleep can influence the emotional dynamic of a relationship.
Separate bedrooms may not be for everyone, but there’s one thing that’s for sure: Snoring should not be ignored. "It should
Now that a number of happily-coupled celebrity duos have spoken about their separate sleep habits, maybe the practice will
Snoring is the No. 1 factor that leads to partner disturbance as ribs are poked and shoulders are punched to force the offending partner roll over. Here are five tips to solve mild to moderate snoring.
While the media presents images of loving couples sleeping contentedly in each other's arms all night long, for many the reality is much different.
So let's start the conversation with this handy infographic. Choose your sleep type and check these tips for "re-making" your