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

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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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Sleep problems common for people of all ages including being too hot at night, something 76% of respondents called a problem and others cited pets. Children also contributed to sleeping issues.

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 .

The survey found that making a bedtime routine can help a person get a good night’s sleep, such as making your bed. Seventy-four percent of respondents said getting into a made-up bed at night helps them sleep better.

6 Eating Habits for Faster Weight Loss This Fall .
Incorporating these simple, dietitian-approved swaps and strategies into your daily routine can help facilitate faster weight loss results.The good news is that changing your eating habits doesn't have to mean missing out on the foods you love. Rather, the idea is to focus on the healthiest choices as often as possible, to the point where reaching for a piece of fruit rather than a pastry feels second nature.

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