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nor­ing, al­low­ing kids to sleep in the bed and leav­ing the read­ing light on are among the many rea­sons why cou­ples ar­gue in the be­d­room at least 167 times a year, a study has found. One in 10 cou­ples in has a night-time fight at least twice a week over their part­ner’s “sound ef­fects” while sleep­ing.

One in five lose two hours sleep ev­ery night be­cause of noise, while 10% said they were even con­sid­er­ing split­ting up be­cause of it. One-fifth of men ad­mit­ted they woke them­selves up with their own snor­ing or heavy breath­ing. Other rea­sons for fights in­clude be­ing too hot or too cold and a lack of pas­sion on the bed.

The up­side is that most of the ar­gu­ments cou­ples have in the be­d­room are down to be­hav­iours that are easy to re­solve as a re­la­tion­ship de­vel­ops.

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