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A Surprising Amount of Couples want to Sleep Alone

Almost 1 of 2 people in a relationship want to ‘break-up in the bedroom’ with their partner.

A recent study of 2,000 who live with their partner admit to wanting a night’s sleep in another bed- alone.

46% of those polled complained that they would love a night’s sleep away from their partner due to restless nights, loud snores, fighting over covers, and getting too hot. Over half of them said they’ve snuck out and slept on the couch to try to get some sleep.

Love appears to conquer all though, with 75% of the partners sticking by their partner’s side despite their annoying sleep habits.