For many of today’s couples though, the terms “bedroom” and “peaceful sanctuary” are more an oxymoron than a reality. A recent survey from the National Sleep Foundation found 25 to 33 percent of couples feel their relationships are negatively impacted by their partner’s bad sleep habits, and Tempur-Pedic’s 2009 Wellness Survey supports this notion, finding 61 percent of adults admit they wish the bedroom was a place where they could relax.
First and foremost, couples need to set the mood for a good night’s sleep by creating a relaxing, “conflict free” sleeping environment.
Secondly, some couples need to find a way to deal with common sleep distractions, including regular movement from one’s partner during sleep. Investing in mattresses that minimize motion transfer, like those in Tempur-Pedic’s line of Swedish Sleep Systems, allow couples to be close without disturbing each other when moving.
To learn more about the Tempur-Pedic sleep experience from satisfied owners, visit www.tempurpedic.com/owners.