|A twin bed can be fun for a couple, until you really want some sleep.|
A surprising number of married couples sleep in separate beds and separate rooms so what is it that makes an empty bed more appealing than the thought of snuggling up with your loved one? For most people it would be the idea that they could stretch out as much as they would like, kick, flail or roll over if they want to without the fear of disturbing their partner, read in bed with the light on until the early hours of the morning without worrying about someone and not having to fight over the covers but isn't marriage about compromise?
Couples really shouldn't be resorting to separate beds because one snores or their sleeping patterns are slightly out of sync, instead they should be finding ways to rectify these problems or ways to learn to live with them. If your partner has a habit of stealing the covers during the night, leaving you shivering and annoyed, the simple solution is to buy a larger duvet and if this in itself doesn't work, trying tucking the duvet into your side of the bed so they physically can't pull the whole lot over to their side.
There are remedies for snoring including strips to stick across the bridge of the nose which open the airways and even a better and more supportive pillow can help, keep the spine straighter and allowing for maximum airflow. As for a partner who moves a lot at night, why not try buying long thin sausage pillows or covering a draft excluder in a soft material and putting it down the middle of the bed, this should help with associated disturbance and may also only need to be a temporary measure as it may encourage the kicker to break the habit.
The most obvious solution to many of the annoyances which force couples apart in the bedroom is to buy a bigger bed; being squashed up at night will inevitably lead to one disturbing the other, being too hot, not able to move freely or simply wanted to have your own space are all issues associated with a small bed. Double beds or king size beds will allow you to spread out without causing any disturbance to your partner and it's always nice to bring a bit of luxury into your life. Having said that, bigger beds do not have to cost a fortune so it's worth shopping around to find one that suits your sleeping habits and your bank balance.
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