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The baby kidnaps us two months of sleep a year

The baby kidnaps us two months of sleep a year

The arrival of a baby in the world means for the new parents less hours of sleep. Recently, British researchers have shown that newborns abduct us, more precisely, two months of sleep a year, according to BBC News. Their study included 500 mothers and fathers. It was found that they lost about 90 minutes of sleep per night.

The arrival of a baby in the world means for the new parents less hours of sleep. Recently, British researchers have shown that newborns abduct us, more precisely, two months of sleep a year, according to BBC News. Their study included 500 mothers and fathers. It was found that they lost about 90 minutes of sleep per night.
In addition, the disputes between the partners were presented. 57% of the volunteers included in the study admitted that their sleep is easier than when they became parents, while 11% stated that they suffer from insomnia for this reason. According to Mervi Jokinen, from the Royal College of Midwives, "sleep disorders are common among those who first become parents."


(Mirela Dadacus)
Source: The Truth
March 30, 2007