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What does sleep divorce mean? 200000 couples in Australia maintain their relationship by sleeping in

What does sleep divorce mean? 200000 couples in Australia maintain their relationship by sleeping in separate rooms

4hw.com.cn: Recently, the word sleep divorce appeared on the hot search, and many friends expressed their puzzlement. In fact, it is not divorce, but the method of sleeping in separate beds in order to maintain the marital relationship. Let's see the details below.

According to reports, a recent study by bedshed, a professional bedding retailer, shows that about 200000 couples in Australia sleep in separate beds (or to avoid their partners' bad sleep habits). It is reported that annoying sleep habits include snoring, different work and rest times, insomnia, body heat, tossing and turning. Some couples even grab each other's blankets when they fall asleep.

In this regard, Tamara green, a marriage therapist, said that although the unconventional phenomenon of sleeping in separate beds is disgraceful, it has been proved that 'sleep Divorce' can improve the relationship between husband and wife. ' After couples get enough rest, they will feel that they can listen to each other and meet each other's needs. "

Sleep has nothing to do with intimacy

It is reported that Sydney sexology expert Nikki Goldstein and green have similar views. If the method is appropriate, sleeping in separate rooms is actually good for the relationship between husband and wife. " We all have a fantasy that the most perfect and ideal relationship between husband and wife is that two people sleep together and have sex. But the truth is, sleep has nothing to do with intimacy. We all need good sleep to survive. "

Goldstein said: 'it's common for couples to sleep in separate rooms. Some couples are reluctant to admit it because they are worried that others feel something is wrong with their relationship. "

Goldstein added: 'I don't encourage couples to sleep separately for a long time. Maybe you can sleep separately once or twice a week so that you can have a good sleep. And you don't wake up with a bad temper and resentment - it's this resentment that causes problems in your relationship. "

Sleep separately to eliminate fatigue

Earlier, Jennifer Adams, 53, told the media that although she and her husband Fraser Mackay, 51, slept in different bedrooms, they happily maintained their marriage for 14 years.

Adams said: 'sleeping in different rooms does not mean the end of a relationship. On the contrary, it is a way to maintain a husband wife relationship. It is more socially acceptable to talk about it openly. You will be surprised to find that so many happy couples have done so. "

Adams said: 'if you are disturbed by your partner's snoring, it will lead to lack of sleep, so you should consider sleeping in different rooms. Sleeping in different rooms eliminates the fatigue of the husband and wife. If the reason for sleeping in separate rooms is correct, you have nothing to worry about. "