Some people are all for it, while others believe that it’s a quick way to get divorced.
But what if we told you that sleeping in separate beds could actually save a marriage? Keep reading to find out why.
When sleeping alone, you won’t have to worry about your partner snoring, tossing and turning, or watching videos on their phone late at night.
You also won’t have to worry about their body heat, which is another thing that can deprive you of your beauty sleep.
Getting a bad night’s sleep is okay every once in a while, but it can cause problems if it’s ongoing.
"By not sleeping enough, the brain does not have the time to allow the brain to be 'cleaned' of the toxins that have been accumulated during the day."
Sleeping next to your partner could mean waking up on the wrong side of the bed — aka being in a bad mood.
Chrissy and Tom Clark, a married couple who went viral for sharing that they sleep in separate beds, can vouch for this.
"I am not cranky, and neither is he. We still cuddle in bed and watch TV, but when it is time to sleep, he will go to his bedroom to sleep."
"I need a dark room, and my husband sleeps better with natural light. I sleep better on a firm bed, and he loves the pillow top,” Chrissy said.
It’s hard to imagine being fond of a partner who kept you awake all night with their snoring and farting.
It is easy, however, to imagine being excited to see your partner after a good night's rest.
A better mood = a more romantic mood. Celebrities can attest to this. Gwyneth Paltrow and her second husband, Brad Falchuk, lived in separate houses for almost a year after they were married.
"So our sex life is over. I thought it was really interesting how resonant that was for people." She also said that living separately “helps with preserving the mystery and also preserving the idea that this person has their own life.’’
Research has found that humans are more patient, kind, and fun to be around when they've had a good night's sleep.
With a good night’s sleep, you’ll be more empathic and attuned to your partner’s emotions. The littlest things are less likely to bug you.
After dealing with people all day, it’s nice to just chill out in bed. You might play a game, read a book, or watch a show. This time is important to recharge your batteries and spend time with yourself.