Sleeping naked could be the secret to a happy relationship, survey finds.
Sleeping naked and keeping food out of the bedroom are two of the secrets to a happy relationship, according to a survey.
A poll of 1,000 people across Britain showed that those who sleep together in the nude are most content in their marriage or relationship.
Less than half of people who wear pyjamas or nighties said they were “extremely happy”, compared to 57 per cent of those who went without.
Study reveals that couples who sleep naked have a happier relationship
Good news guys, a new survey has revealed that those who sleep naked have a happier relationship *burns all fleece pyjama sets*.
The study from Cotton USA asked couples what they slept in at bedtime and then asked them to rate how happy they were in their relationship.
In a blow for the PJ-wearers among us, it appears that the more you wear to bed, the more your relationship is doomed to failure. The word ‘appears’ being key, given the source of the survey:
The research, by Cotton USA, found that sleeping habits can have an impact on relationships as arguments break out or people avoid staying at their partner’s home overnight.
Cotton USA, the makers of cotton sheets, really do want you to believe that the feel of cotton against your skin at night is enough to keep your relationship from hitting the rocks.
Stephanie Thiers-Ratcliffe, from Cotton USA, said: “There are many factors which can affect the success of a relationship, but one factor which is often overlooked is the bedroom environment.“
There’s a good reason why the impact of nightwear is overlooked when assessing relationship success, Stephanie. See if you can guess it.