People who are ‘perfectly happy’ get precisely seven hours and six minutes of shut eye, a new survey reveals.
We already knew that there’s a strong link between the amount of sleep we get and our well-being – now it appears there is a very tight margin.
Participants who rated themselves ‘mostly happy’ people sleep a little bit less than the ‘perfectly happy’ people, getting seven hours.
And those who said they were ‘somewhat happy’ snoozed for six hours 54 minutes, the study of 2,000 people shows.
‘Less than 6 hours 48 minutes hours of sleep meant complete unhappiness in relationships, constant worry, and never a shred of gratitude,’ the report states.
Seven hours is the minimum amount of sleep for adults recommended by the NHS – but perhaps hitting the snooze button for an extra six minutes is a good thing.
Research suggests there’s a very tight link between amount of sleep and our happiness (file)
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