Being happy and content with your
job and marriage ensures a good nights sleep, says a new study conducted by the
Economic and Social Research Council and the Institute of Social and Economic
The study found that 14% people who were least satisfied with their work, slept for less than 6-hours. Uneducated and jobless people were among those who had the highest rate of disruptive sleep patterns.
Professor Sara Arber said, "Sleep problems among the disadvantaged may be one factor leading to their poorer health."