Whether you and your partner have different bed times due to work schedules or insomnia , experts say there are ways to still stay connected with your partner, even if your sleep schedules are making you seem disconnected. According to a recent study of 1, people in relationships aged 18 to 75 by The Sleep Judge , going to bed before a significant other is pretty common. The survey found that nearly 58 percent of people admitted they fell asleep at different times than their partner. While almost 62 percent of Gen Xers said they fell asleep at a different time than their significant other, 56 percent of millennials said the same thing. While some people said that either they or their partner takes longer to fall asleep than the other, some cited different work schedules or the fact that their partner uses their phone, computer, or tablet in bed.
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