If you’re counting sheep at night, chances are you’re doing it on your side, in your pajamas and between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. on a Sunday, according to a national sleep survey conducted by Costa Mesa, Calif.-based home furnishings retailer Anna’s Linens.
The study reveals that 74% of Americans wear pajamas to bed (8% sleep naked). The same percentage sleep on their sides and 47% share a bed with someone who snores.
Nearly two-thirds say they get a “restful night’s sleep” only three nights or fewer per week, 10% say they get a restful night’s sleep every night and a quarter say they sleep restfully five or six nights per week.
More than half of the respondents say they’re able to recall fewer than a quarter of their dreams, while about 10% are able to recall nearly all of their dreams from the previous night. Interestingly, nearly 70% report their dreams are not as interesting as their friends’, but 44% admit their dreams are “more bizarre.”