A sleeping habits survey showed that 70% of Brits sleep better after sharing a goodnight kiss, reports Express.

The survey found that Scots are most in favour of giving their loved one a peck at night – with 74 per cent agreeing they slept better afterwards.

Bristol proved itself to be the UK’s most affectionate city, with 38 per cent of people claiming they cannot sleep properly unless they share a kiss at bedtime.

And romance is clearly not dead amongst the baby boomers, as 75 per cent of people aged 55-60 said they have a more peaceful sleep after a goodnight kiss – more than any other age category.

Women also snooze better than men after a kiss, with 38 per cent saying they slept badly if they did not pucker up before bedtime.

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