New research shows snoring, fidgeting and sheet stealing are keeping British babes awake, as sharing a bed with another person sparks a number of daily complaints.
A report into the nation’s sleeping habits from Brez, a natural anti-snoring device, and Boots, found the nation’s top sleeping bugbears are usually down to the other half.
As well as snoring and fidgeting, the survey of 1,000 people also found body temperature, breaking wind, cuddles, working in bed or sleepwalking is also keeping us awake.
Snoring is one of Brits biggest bedtime habits - more than half (52%) of adults snore, according to new figures. Women however are the most likely to suffer as they are twice as likely as men to be woken by their bed partner’s snoring.
But us girls are not blameless. Women are the ‘chatterbox’ sex in the bedroom, as more women (32%) talk in their sleep than men (29%).
Boots Pharmacist Sally Ousbey said: “Regularly losing sleep from your bed partner’s snoring may have health implications. Instead of suffering in silence, take control and address the situation with your partner. There are a number of over-the-counter snoring remedies available, which may just be the answer to a peaceful night’s sleep.”