5 ways how sleeping apart can actually work wonders for your relationship

You don't need to turn into Siamese twins to keep your love alive.

Sarwat Fatima Sarwat Fatima
मई 31, 2017
Contrary to popular belief, sleeping in separate beds does not kill your sex life.

You love your man and he loves you back. But, this most definitely doesn't mean that you have to end up like Siamese twins, joint at the hip all the time. More importantly, the world won't come crashing down if you two don't sleep in the same bed every night. Yup, you read that right. It's OKAY to sleep separately even if you are in a relationship. In fact, it will do great things for your relationship. Also, don't presume that just because you are not sharing the same bed, you have to give up on your sex life. You know what ladies, you can get the best of both worlds.

So, just stop believing the tales you have heard so far that claim you need to sleep together every night to keep your love alive. Believe or not, most wonderful things happen when you don't. Such as:

You Are Not Angry At Him All The Time
Sleeping next to a partner who snores--just sucks. And no matter how much you love him, getting up every few hours every night is distressing. As a result you are pretty peeved at him because you hardly get to catch your beauty sleep. You are cranky and you get into more fights. So, what's the solution? Well, you start by sleeping in separate beds. This way, you will not only get to sleep well, but it will also make you hate him a little less *wink* *wink*.

You Won't Clash Over Sleep Schedules
Now, you may like to hit the sack by 10:30 pm, but your man is a night person. He loves to watch television till late at night and that makes want to break the TV set. Also, fighting every day with your partner to switch off the television most definitely kills your mojo. Honestly, what's the point of arguing over clashing sleep schedules when you can sleep at your own leisure and he can enjoy his alone time. There--problem solved.

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It Improves Your Sex Life
Contrary to popular belief, sleeping in separate beds does not kill your sex life. In fact, it reignites it. Whatever issues you have while sharing the same bed with your partner just dissipate. Now, you may not like to have sex with him when you are angry at him for hogging the blanket or not switching off the bedside lamp at night. But, once all that is out of the way--all you are left with is pure passion. Ahem! You are welcome.

You Get Your Alone Time And So Does He
Ladies, you have a full room to yourself. And you can do whatever you like. You can watch television, read a book, or simply snooze without any disturbance. This much-needed alone time will not only help you rejuvenate, but also make you feel more at peace. And trust us, when you are in a relationship, you need that kind of a calm to power on through the most turbulent moments in your relationship.

Good Sleep Will Do You Both Good
When you and your bae are well-rested and have fewer things to argue about, it will lighten up the relationship automatically. Moreover, with your own bed, your own room, your own blanket, and the space and peace to sleep well, there's no doubt that you will get the much needed rest. You will wake up energized after a peaceful night's slumber. Not to mention as a much happier person. And it's no rocket science that it's easier to make the other person happy, if you are happy yourself.


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