So you thought that a happy marriage and a well paying job would cure your sleepless nights, did you? Well, think again.
According to research from Statistics Canada, single people get 24 minutes extra sleep compared to married couples or those in common-law unions.
What's more, those who make $20,000 per year get 40 minutes extra sleep compared to those who make $60,000 or more.
In summary then, if you want to cure your insomnia (or at least get an extra hour of sleep), remain single (or get a divorce) and get a low paying job. Sure, this change of lifestyle might make you miserable - but if it cures your insomnia, it's a price worth paying, right?
Source: Guelph Mercury
Last updated: May 9, 2011