More and more Canadian couples are choosing separate beds for many of the obvious reasons. The main reason being the desire to get a better night’s sleep. No more competing with covers, or putting up with snoring or the flip flopping. 30%-40% have said they made the switch. One term being used for this is Sleep Divorce. Those who do swear by it. Ironically for some it may be the relationship saver.
According to a study out of Ryerson University’s Sleep and Depression Laboratory in Toronto, 30 to 40 per cent of Canadian couples sleep in different beds. Add to that a poll conducted by the U.S. National Sleep Foundation that found nearly one in four couples sleeps in separate beds or rooms, and the fact that there’s been a rise in the request for double master bedroom homes, and it all points to a trend for separate sleeping quarters.
Source article Global News