If you and your partner aren’t sleep compatible, you’re not alone, according to the New York Times.
Are You A Lark Or An Owl?
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About 60 percent of us sleep with another person, but what time we naturally want to go to bed and wake is not likely to be the same, reports the New York Times.
Everyone has their own sleep chronotype, which is as distinct as a fingerprint, says the New York Times.
Experts say most people fall on a spectrum of being a morning or night person, according to the New York Times.
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