The Better Sleep Council recently surveyed a number of men and women on sleep habits. While both sexes performed poorly, the sleep habits of men proved to be better than women. However, the survey results revealed only a narrow three-point difference between men and women.
The survey found that women were more likely to feel stressed about getting enough sleep and making it count. The survey also found that women were more likely to allow kids and pets into bed, causing frequent interruptions and decreased restorative sleep.
The one category where men and women seemed to tie involved putting a priority on sleep. Almost half of all participants, men and women, said they sleep for seven to eight hours on a regular basis.