Night Owls & Early Birds

The early bird gets the worm… as well as other benefits, according to a story on the New York Post website. A survey of sleep habits involving 2,000 people found that selfidentified early birds generally make more money, are more likely to work in an office setting, and describe themselves as happy. They’re also more likely to be married with children in their home.

On the other hand, night owls are typically shy and sarcastic, more likely to believe in ghosts, and are more often single.
Both groups actually sleep about the same amount— seven hours a night for early birds and six hours for night owls. However, early birds are light sleepers and they tend to feel more well-rested.

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