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Health Nearly four in 10 Millennials say eating in bed will get you dumped: Survey

02:20  31 august  2022
02:20  31 august  2022 Source:   torontosun.com

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Eating in bed can get you dumped, according to many Millennials. © Provided by Toronto Sun Eating in bed can get you dumped, according to many Millennials.

Eating in bed can get you dumped, according to many Millennials.

A new survey of 2,000 adults, conducted by OnePoll for Serta Simmons Bedding , found that 38% of Millennials would consider eating in bed to be a dealbreaker.

The survey found that even though 40% say they occasionally indulge in a bedtime snack, they don’t want their partner doing it.

Four out of five respondents said that having a bed filled with crumbs lead to a bad sleep.

It also found that 48% of respondents regularly eat before going to sleep.

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Gen Z — 18-25 year olds — and the Silent generation — 77-94 year olds — were the most likely to toss and turn throughout the night, at 73% and 74%, respectively, according to the study. And, 65% of sleepers have struggled to find the right sleeping position, according to the New York Post .

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