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BEIJING, CHINA - JULY 06: Chinese shoppers sleep on a sofa in the showroom of the IKEA store on July 6, 2014 in Beijing, China. Of the world's ten biggest Ikea stores, 8 of them are in China to cater to the country's growing middle class. The stores are designed with extra room displays given the tendency for customers to make a visit an all-day affair. Store management does not discourage shoppers from sleeping on Ikea furniture, even marking them with signs inviting customers to try them out. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

If you find it very difficult to get a good night’s sleep, it might be because you and your partner are not sleep compatible.

Now a big percentage of people are choosing to sleep separate from their partner. They are calling it a ‘Sleep Divorce’ and it is NOT a sign that your relationship is in trouble, it’s actually a good thing.

There are many benefits to getting a good night sleep and if you think your partner could be the cause of your lack of rest you may want to suggest sleeping separately for a test run and see how it goes. On top of getting a more peaceful nights rest your relationship may grow stronger as well.


Couples are getting 'sleep divorces' - and it could save your relationship

If you find a good night's sleep always seems to escape you, there's no shortage of underlying reasons - or possible solutions. Ditching caffeine after 3pm, giving up that night-cap, having a break from screen time - these are all changes which could improve the quality of our sleep.