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Dana Gloger /DAILY EXPRESS: A quarter of people in a survey said they had a bright outlook on life, compared to just 18 per cent of people who sleep on the right side of the bed.


Those who snuggle up for the night on the left are generally more cheerful and positive.

A quarter of people in a survey said they had a bright outlook on life, compared to just 18 per cent of people who sleep on the right side of the bed.

They were also found to be better at tackling heavy workloads as well as stress. Two-thirds said they were calmer than their partner in a crisis.

Meanwhile, those who sleep on the right hand-side tend to wake up in a bad mood more often.

People who favour the left of the bed also have more confidence and are more likely to be in permanent employment than those who prefer the other side.

And while right-hand siders tend to earn more than their opposite numbers, those who sleep on the left are happiest at work.

In the survey commissioned by hotel group Premier Inn, a third said they loved their jobs, compared to just 18 per cent of their right equivalents. One in 10 people who took to the right of the bed said they hated their work.

The upbeat morning mood of the left hand sleepers mean that more than half of them refuse to swap sides with their partner.

Three-quarters of Britons said they were so stuck in their bedtime ways that they would find it strange to sleep on the other side. A quarter said it would affect their mood to have to do so.

Premier Inn spokeswoman Claire Haigh said: “The research clearly indicates a pattern between which side of the bed you sleep on and the mood you wake up in. Left sleepers are more cheerful, appear to enjoy life slightly more and have a more positive attitude to the day ahead.

“It comes down to habit and what you’re used to. If you are used to sleeping on a certain side of the bed it does feel a little alien when you switch. So it seems the age-old saying about getting out of bed on the wrong side is true.”

Another new study explains why new mothers wake up in the night when their baby stirs, while dads usually carry on snoring.

Researchers at two Californian universities have found that pregnancy changes a woman’s brain so she can cope with the demands of motherhood and is more attuned to her baby’s needs.

Expectant mothers experience massive hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy – more than at any other time in their life.
Psychologist Laura Glynn said: “There may be a cost but the benefit is a more sensitive, effective mother.”

The research is published in the December issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.





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