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Surveys online expose bad bedtime habits

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Surveys online recently revealed the top ten worst bedtime habits voted by couples in the UK. No prizes for guessing the number one gripe: snoring!

Recent surveys online voted snoring as the number one night-time annoyance, closely followed by hogging the duvet. A surprise entry into the top 10 from surveys online was sleeping naked (at number three), followed by the more predictable habits of fidgeting and sneaking over onto the other side to really rile us up.

According to surveys online, breaking wind only reached number six of the most annoying bedtime habits! Our sensitive noses also abhor morning breath and sweating when between the sheets.

Sorry animal lovers – the surveys online on bad bedtime habits also said that letting pets into bed was a big no-no.

Talking in your sleep was voted the 10th most unpopular bedtime habit. However, similar surveys online also revealed that in bed is where many couples like to talk and make important decisions together.

Surveys online reveal top 10 worst bedtime habits

1. Snoring
2. Hogging the duvet
3. Sleeping naked
4. Fidgeting
5. Encroaching on to your partner’s side of the bed
6. Breaking wind
7. Morning breath
8. Sweating
9. Letting pets into bed
10. Talking in your sleep

But it’s not all bad, say surveys online

Although the survey may paint a bleak picture, over half of couples recently said they enjoy time in bed with their partner in other surveys online – but before you jump to conclusions, the obvious choice was not the number one bedtime activity for most!

Apparently, the most popular activities to do in bed are reading, watching TV, looking online and making decisions together. 10% of couples admitted in surveys online that they discussed whether to have a baby together whilst in bed, and 16% planned their wedding that way.

We may have some bad habits in bed but it seems we also use pre-snooze to discuss vital life plans. So by using a bit of courtesy (plus some pyjamas and deodorant) we can probably learn to co-sleep in relative harmony after all.

What do you think? Are the surveys online right about our bad bedtime habits? Are YOU guilty of a few of them? Join the discussion on our Facebook page, and take paid surveys online in your spare time at Opinion Outpost UK – where you can make money online for your point of view.

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