By Paige Jarvie Brettingen, Sep 22, 2023
At the core of it, a sleep divorce is merely “sleeping apart for the sake of getting good sleep,” Alex Dimitriu, MD, founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine, tells DailyOM. “In some instances, [a sleep divorce] might just mean getting a larger bed and sleeping further apart, and in more extreme instances it might mean sleeping in separate rooms.” If the latter option is what is most appealing to you, don’t fret. It’s not necessarily a sign that the relationship is losing its luster.
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