He and his wife have been sleeping in separate beds for a while.
The sleep divorce began when his wife was pregnant with their fourth child.
It's thought that one in four married couples practice sleep divorce.
Getting a sleep divorce, where he and his wife don't share a bed, was the best thing for his marriage.
The Today Show host said that he and his wife have been sleeping separately for a few years.
The two of them slept better apart, according to Daly.
Both of them found it hard to get a full night's sleep while they were pregnant. He said that his sleep Apnea diagnosis didn't help their situation.
We shook hands and said it was time to sleep divorce. It will be the best thing for everyone.
They are the latest couple to sleep in separate beds. One in four married couples part ways before bed, according to a survey by the National Sleep Foundation. Some couples prefer two beds in the same room, while others prefer separate rooms, but they all agree that sleep divorce has improved their sleep and relationship.
A good night of sleep can increase our ability to relate to others and decrease our feelings of anger and irritation according to research.
Experts suggest easing into sleep divorce if you are worried it will negatively impact your relationship.
Emily Jamea told Self that you should spend time cuddling before bed, have regular conversations about how the arrangement is working for you, and be intentional with physical touch.
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