The odds are NOT good that you woke up this morning with a huge smile on your face, ready to take on the day.
According to a new study, we wake up in a bad mood 300 days a year. That’s basically five or six days out of every week and 82% of the year. And here’s why:
1. We wake up too cold an average of 1.24 times a week.
2. We wake up too hot an average of 1.74 times a week.
3. Some loud noise wakes us up 1.38 times a week.
4. And a bad or strange dream wakes us up 1.4 times a week.
That adds up to 5.76 nights a week, or 300 bad wake ups a year.
The study, conducted for Hatch.co, also found we only get 91 nights of full, uninterrupted sleep per year, but even some of those nights end with us waking up in a bad mood.