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American couples reported they’re having trouble getting along in the bedroom and these problems are drastically affecting their sleep. The Better Sleep Council conducted a survey to explore the issues couples are experiencing in the bedroom.
American couples are are not spending every night together, and in fact many find that sleeping separately leads to a better night’s sleep.
The perfect night’s sleep means getting some space for most couples.
Women are more sensitive to their sleep environment than men.
Age impacts how greatly your sleeping environment affects you.
55-year-olds and older are the least likely to cuddle close and spoon (only 7% report doing this), compared to:
55-year-olds and older are more likely to sleep in separate bedrooms (only 16% do so), compared to:
A huge majority of American adults (85%) report they have problems sleeping at night and say it is due to:
We asked American adults in relationships to tell us the craziest things they’ve done to get around sleep issues with their partners. Here’s what some people said:
Survey Details: Conducted in September 2012 with a statistically representative sample of U.S. adults (18+) in a committed relationship; a sample size of 542 yields a confidence interval of 95% +/- 4.2% .
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