Sleeping Well Can Lead to a Happier Marriage

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Happy Valentine's Day!

 

Make sure to show your special someone that you love them by treating your sleep apnea and snoring. I know this probably sounds silly but sharing a bed with someone who snores can lead to bad sleep. 

No, really! A recent study done by the National Sleep Foundation found that 31% of married American surveyed wished they could file for a "sleep divorce." The same study found that 12% of married couples sleep in separate beds. 

Architectural Digest has gone so far to say that the newest trend in housing is dual master suites

 

But if that isn't in your budget, and snoring and sleep apnea is what is keeping your loved one up at night, give them the greatest present ever and give us a call for treatment. You both get a good night's sleep! 

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