6 Tips to Get Better Sleep as a Couple

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Kate Traverson
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Kate Traverson
Kate Traverson
Kate Traverson
Deputy Editor, Branded Content
  • Kate writes and edits branded content for The Knot Worldwide, including articles across The Knot and The Bump.
  • Before focusing on weddings and babies, Kate worked in the fashion industry and as a regional magazine editor.
  • Kate has a degree in journalism and lives in New York.
Updated May 13, 2022

Snoring. Bed-hogging. Stealing blankets. Sometimes trying to get your beauty rest next to your partner is, uh, not so restful. In fact, a Better Sleep Council survey reported 26 percent of couples say they sleep better alone. But getting a good night's sleep is so important to our overall health, both mental and physical. So how do you share a bed when you have different sleep styles and preferences? Follow the tips below to set up a space that'll help you sleep better, together.

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