Carson Daly jokes that he and wife Suri have 'sleep divorced'

Carson Daly jokes that he and wife Suri have ‘sleep divorced’ as they rest in separate beds over his sleep apnea and her pregnancy

They continue to share a life together, just not the bed. 

And while interviewing Dr. Mehmet Oz on the Today Show, Carson Daly, 46, revealed that he and wife Suri, 38, have ‘sleep divorced.’

The cause of their decision to sleep in separate beds is due to his sleep apnea and her pregnancy.

Separate beds: While interviewing Dr. Mehmet Oz on the Today Show, Carson Daly, 46, revealed that he and wife Suri, 38, have ‘sleep divorced.’ Carson and Suri are seen in New York in September

‘I got sleep-divorced in September. We cited irreconcilable sleeping,’ the Today Show host began, according to People. 

‘I have sleep apnea, my wife’s pregnant, and during a home renovation, we downgraded to a queen-size bed. We just felt like we’re better off sleeping in different beds.’ 

According to the Mayo Clinic, ‘sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts.’

‘The noise of the machine keeps her up’: With his sleep apnea, Carson uses a CPAP machine, and the noise bothers his lady

With his sleep apnea, Carson uses a CPAP machine, and the noise bothers his lady. 

‘…Most women would want to sleep in another bedroom. … I don’t snore anymore, but the noise of the machine keeps her up.’

Carson and Suri have been married since 2015, and share son Jackson, 10, daughters Etta, seven, and London, five. 

 His extended reasoning: ‘I have sleep apnea, my wife’s pregnant, and during a home renovation, we downgraded to a queen-size bed. We just felt like we’re better off sleeping in different beds.’ They are seen in NY in June 2018

Dr. Oz gave helpful tips to help couples sleep separately, while maintaining intimacy in their marriage. 

‘The talk show host said to ‘avoid blame by using “we,” be honest so as to soothe resentment, sleep in separate beds but in the same room, try it for three nights, and ‘plan intimate moments ahead.’ 

‘Invest in your sleep and you’ll be investing in your relationship. You can’t shortcut that,’ he said. 

He noted that sleeping separately should only be temporary, and should start out with a few times a week.  

Their story: Carson and Suri have been married since 2015, and share son Jackson, 10, daughters Etta, seven, and London, five

  

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