20pc Brit Couples Have Separate Beds - Thanks to Partners' Annoying Sleep Habits

by Tanya Thomas on  March 6, 2009 at 10:30 AM Lifestyle News
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 20pc Brit Couples Have Separate Beds - Thanks to Partners' Annoying Sleep Habits
A new survey has revealed that a lot of Brits can't stand their partners' bedtime habits - as a result, one in five British couples today are used to sleeping apart.

The complaints include snoring, taking too much space and being bashed as unsettled bedfellows thrash about, reports The Sun.

The resulting rows have led to a boom in his 'n hers bedrooms.

The poll for a bed-making firm also found that seven per cent end in divorce.

Source: ANI
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