MORE than half of British women suffer a disrupted night's sleep.
This is according to a survey of 1,000 women conducted on behalf of Mirfield-based pillow and duvet maker, John Cotton.
Apparently 52% of women have a disturbed night, and 25% of them find it easy to drift off at first, but experience unsettled nights from then on.
Single women slept better, with almost half getting the recommended eight hours of uninterrupted shut-eye.
Of the women with partners, 55% blamed their partners snoring for keeping them awake.
Phil Atherton, sales and marketing director at John Cotton said:
"With getting a good night's sleep important to overall health and well being, it's worrying to see that over half of women don't enjoy the recommended eight hours, uninterrupted sleep.
"It's important to remember that it is the quality of sleep we get and not the quantity that counts - so clear your mind of any worries and choose bedding which is best suited to you and your lifestyle needs."