Results for - 'Sleep Divorce' grows among the pandemic
Sick of your sheets being stolen and incessant snoring from your partner? It might be time to consider a “sleep divorce.” Sleeping in separate beds or rooms is more and more sounding like a dream for some couples ― especially if you’re working from home together, said Wendy Troxel, a senior behavioral and social Scientist at the RAND Corporation and author of “Sharing the Covers: Every Couple’s Guide to Better Sleep.”
1. A Kaiser Family Foundation study found that 36% of Americans reported difficulty sleeping due to pandemic stress. Has pandemic stress affected your sleep?
2. Do you consider yourself...
3. Do you sometimes have a hard time falling asleep due to your partner (snoring, taking covers etc)?
4. Do you sleep in a separate bed from your partner?
Yes , before the pandemic started
Yes, since/during the pandemic
No, but have thought about it