Do you jump out of bed every morning with a spring in yourstep? Or is it your partner who is first to it with a seize the daymentality that you just cannot stand? Well research nowsuggests that when it comes to waking up on the wrong side ofthe bed it is all about which side of the bed you have slept on.
A study by sleep experts at Sealy UK found that those who kip on the right hand side of themattress are far more pessimistic than those who doze on the left.
They are also more likely to hate work which adds to a seven per cent rise in grumpiness everymorning. Sleeping on the left hand side of the bed has proven to be ten per cent more likely togive you a positive outlook on life providing an eight per cent surge in how likely it is going to bethat you will love your job.
Neil Robinson Sealy's top snooze analyst said: 'While the margins are small the research certainlyhighlights an interesting trend - could it be possible that the left side of bed is the "right" side?
Neil Robinson 西利顶级睡眠分析师，说：“虽然睡两边的区别不大，研究当然强调了一个有趣的趋势，这可能因为床的左边是“正确”的一面?
For many co-habiting couples this may prove problematic - with each side of the bed a fiercelyguarded territory changing from right to left may not be that easy. 'In probing the sleepingpatterns of 1000 adults the research found loners who prefer their own company prefer sleepingon the right while those with a large circle of friends plump for the left.
It also found that some couples never have to cross that bridge - as one in three head to separatebeds every night.
Nearly 50 per cent who do tend to usually share a duvet head for the spare room to escape theirother half's snoring and a quarter to get away from their restlessness.One in ten are pushed out bytheir child or pet.