Longtime television host Carson Daly said he and his wife had been sleeping in separate beds for several years.
Daily said he started a “sleep divorce” when his wife was pregnant with her fourth child.
An estimated one in four couples practice “sleep divorce,” which states that it improves their rest and relationships.
TV personality Carson Daly said he would do a “sleep divorce”, The fact that he and his wife did not share a bed was the “best thing” for his marriage.
On Friday, the host of the Today Show said he and his wife, Siri Daily, started sleeping separately a few years ago.
“Sure, we were sleeping apart,” Daily said. In the segment..
While Siri was pregnant with her fourth child, they both found it difficult to sleep all night, Daly said. He added a diagnosis of sleep apnea. SnoringDid not help their situation.
“We woke up and shook hands like,” I love you, but it’s time to get divorced. It will be the best for all of us. ” “daily I talked to people before.
Daily and his wife are the latest couples to abandon tradition and sleep in separate beds. A 2017 survey by the National Sleep Foundation found estimates 1 in 4 couples on the way before bedtime..Some couples Two beds in the same roomOthers like Daily also prefer separate rooms, but they all agree Sleep divorce improved their sleep and thus their relationship..
According to research, good night Improve your ability to build relationships with others And problem solving, in addition Reduces feelings of anger and irritation..
If you want to try a sleep divorce with your partner but are worried that it will adversely affect intimacy Experts suggest mitigating it..
A therapist who spends time snuggling up before going to bed, regularly discussing how the arrangement works, and deliberately making physical contact at other times of the day. Emily Jamea I told myself.
Read the original article insider