New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Solo sleeping

Are you considering a sleeping separation? Whether it’s snoring, insomnia or tossing and turning that’s getting you down, studies show that sleeping in separate beds can improve the quality of your sleep while rekindling romance in your relationship.

While you may think sleeping apart means your relationship is headed for disaster, that is not always the case.

“I think we are starting to move away from

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