Lovers lose sleep over pil­low spite

Midweek Sport - - NEWS -

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.

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