Here’s a question for you sleepy head.  Is it really possible to wake up on the “wrong side of the bed”?

It is if you believe a study sponsored by a British hotel chain called Premiere Inn.  They ran a study of 3,000 adults and among their findings: people who sleep on the left side of the bed tend to be more cheerful than those who sleep on the right side of the bed (is that left as you face the bed or as you lay on it face up?)

Not only did the study find that those who sleep on the left side are more cheerful, but are also more positive and capable of tackling heavy workloads and a stressful day ahead.  Wake UP! There’s more:

Over a quarter of those who snooze on the left side of the bed feel they have a really positive outlook on life in general, compared with 18 percent of right-side sleepers.

More than half of those surveyed refuse to swap sides of the bed.  

More than 75 percent admitted it would feel really strange to sleep on the other side of the bed.

25 percent said sleeping on the other side of the bed would definitely affect their mood the next day. 

23 percent are convinced there is a wrong side of the bed

Why would that be.  I’ll have to sleep on it…but those who slept on the right side of the bed are less likely to wake up in a good mood.