It seems well-read women are more comfortable in bed than men — the more educated a female is, the better she sleeps at night. In case of males, it is just the reverse. Yes, according to a study carried out by a team of international researchers, women have higher rates of insomnia than men do and the more they are educated, the more likely they are to sleep through the night. Conversely, the better educated a man is, the less likely he is to get a good night's sleep, the ScienceDaily said.
Overall, insomnia tended to be more common among those who were older, divorced or separated, had low educational attainment, poor health, or low income. Children living at home also increased the rates of insomnia. However, experts found higher educational attainment improved women's night time sleep quality while it had the opposite effect on educated men.
All lady junctionites, keep reading, be it related to your work or simply a novel or a book on general knowledge, it will help increase your knowledge and as a bonus give you a peaceful sleep at night.