Apparently, the more people that live in your house, the better you're going to sleep - according to Georgian Opinion Research Business International after looking at households across eight countries.
The research found that those who live alone were more likely to experience insomnia. Don't go overboard after reading this, though - you don't want to have people sleeping in your rafters; apparently, there is a noticeable rise in insomnia when households reach seven or more members.
So there you have it. You don't want to live alone, but you don't want to live in a madhouse, either!
Last updated: May 15, 2012