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Half of Women Wake Up In Spoiled Mood Due to Partner-Related Dreams

Update Date: Nov 19, 2013 10:51 AM EST

Around 50 per cent of women generally wake up in a bad mood because in their dreams they were cheated by their partners, according to a new research.

The study has found that especially British partners acted in dreams like being unfaithful and had the physical relationship with other women.

A poll by hotel chain Premier Inn also found that nearly one in 20 people fought with their bosses in their dreams.

The research shows that our dreams impact heavily on our moods the next day.

“Whilst we may wake-up reeling or confused, or as these result show in a bad mood with someone, the best thing to do is just shake it off and make the most of the day ahead,” said a spokeswoman for Premier Inn, according to Daily Mail.

“It’s important to try and unwind after a hard day at work, but that is easier said than done if something is playing on your mind. Our aim is to make our guest’s stay with us as pleasant as possible and to ensure a good night guaranteed.”

The research also pointed out that people usually dreamt more when they were more stressed about work.

According to research chances of celebrities like The Queen, Barack Obama and Cheryl Cole were most likely to appear in adults’ dream.

20 per cent of men confessed that they witnessed the dream which was related to their last night dinner. The other 20 per cent said they experienced more vivid dream when they were away from home.

“What we think about last thing before sleep affects our dreams, so if you’re worried about work or a tiff you had with your partner those anxieties will rear their ugly head as we are trying to fall asleep or will wake us in the early hours resulting in a bad mood the following morning,” explained Davina MacKail, a dream expert to Daily Mail.

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