People Swear by the 'Scandinavian Sleep Method' for Better Sleep

If you're a poor sleeper, you know how wonderful it is to finally sleep uninterrupted. The American Sleep Apnea Association estimates that 50

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to 70 million Americans have sleep disorders in 2023, and one in three adults—84 million people—don't get enough Z's to keep healthy.

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We spoke with an expert on the "Scandinavian sleep method" which is improving sleep quality. After reading, visit People Are 'Cricketing' Their Feet To Fall Asleep Faster—and Say It Works.

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The Scandinavian sleep method is easy. "[It] refers to a couple sharing the same bed but using different covers," says Mastermind Meditate

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Standish says this strategy preserves the benefits of sleeping alongside your partner, including better mental health, more REM sleep, and

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feeling more supported. "It also lets each sleeper choose their preferred bedding weight and style to enable them to maximize their

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comfort during sleep (thermoregulation is a crucial factor to sleep quality)," she says.

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Each sleeper gets their own bedding, so "bedding tug of wars" or one partner going to bed longer or getting up earlier don't cause sleep problems.

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Even Standish tried the Scandinavian sleep approach with her wife. "Because we have different sleep schedules and often share the bed

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