How's Your Relationship? Because It's Affecting Your Sleep Habits

How's Your Relationship? Because It's Affecting Your Sleep Habits

Divorcing? Get ready for a great night's sleep.

By Marianne Garvey

Your sleeping habits totally affect your relationship, says a new study.

Over 1,000 people were asked about their sleeping habits in relation to their partner in the survey done by Next Day Blinds, and it was determined that your relationship status can definitely impact your quality of sleep.

Some takeaways:

Before bed, most people unwind by watching a show or movie, they said. As for talking, married respondents were more likely to go straight to sleep than spend time talking to their partner compared to those who are unmarried, but in a relationship. You’re married, what’s left to talk about? Kidding.

Single status even affected sleep positions for some people. More than half (52 percent) of people asked sleep on their side. Interestingly, single people were more likely to sleep on their stomachs than any other position.

Most surveyed said they get seven to nine hours of sleep per night. Divorced individuals, however, were more likely to report getting over nine hours of sleep than any other timeframe.

That’s probably because they’re in heaven their former other half is out of the picture. Sweet dreams divorcées!

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