Lovers lose sleep over pillow spite
COUPLES are losing six days of sleep a year because of bedtime bickering, according to a new survey.
Fidgeting, snoring, farting, not wanting a shag and sleeping with pets are just some of the reasons causing late night rucks between the sheets.
Lovers argue in bed an average of four times a week and each row lasts an average of 46 minutes, according to a new study by bargain hotel chain Travelodge.
The result is the loss of an average of three hours and four minutes of sleep every week.
The biggest cause of pillow-based fury is fidgeting, followed by ‘duvet hogging’, snoring, and not being in the mood for a bit of rump.