Psychologist: Separate blankets could help some couples sleep better
Fighting over the covers at night? The Scandinavian sleep method may be for you.
It refers to when a couple shares a bed, but each person sleeps with their own blanket.
For example, sleeping with separate blankets may be a good idea if one partner is always tossing and turning at night.
The method could also work for couples with different temperature preferences.
Getting a good night’s sleep is important for any relationship, according to a sleep psychologist with Cleveland Clinic.
Hear what they have to say by watching the video.