Sleep Divorce

When a couple stops sleeping in the same bed or bedroom in an effort to better sleep quality and quantity, such as when a member of the couple has a sleep disorder or works a night shift.

The term gained popularity in 2019 with a New York Times article, and again in 2020 when TV Host, Carson Daily, publicly spoke about his sleep divorce from his wife due to his sleep apnea.


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