1-in-10 couples sleep in separate beds… for a better sex life

275x250.jpg One tenth of couples who live with each other sleep in separate beds -- with a fifth doing so for a ‘better sex life’ -- a study has found.

Research into the relationship habits 1,192 people who live with their partner discovered a host or reasons more and more Brits are opting to kip in different beds.

While the most common reason for separate beds was excessive snoring volume (24%), other reasons included it leading to better sleep (23%) and better sex (19%), while others said it was because of arguments (6%)

The study found 77% of people found it ‘strange’ that some couples do not share a bed every night. However in contrast, more than half, 57%, stated that if they argued with their partner, they slept in separate beds.
74% of those who slept in a separate bed said they didn't want their friends to know about this… but were obviously happy telling researchers about their sleeping habits.
Mark Pearson, of MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, which conducted the poll said: "“It it quite surprising to see that a tenth of the people we asked regularly sleep in separate beds even though they live together, although every relationship is different and works in a way that is best for them.

"If sleeping in separate beds helps improve the sex life between couples then why not!”
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