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Could Sharing Your Bed Be the Latest Life Hack?

If you have ever been to SoulCycle or hot yoga with your bestie, S.O, fam members, or even clients then you can appreciate the host of benefits that come from bonding over healthy activities. Well, here's a new suggestion for a healthy way to connect with important people in your life that you may have overlooked - sleep. We get it. We all have our own set of rules when it comes to dyadic sleep (that's smart talk for sharing your bed with another).
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