This is the average time that couples wait before they feel comfortable with their partner

Just like the first time you meet your friends and family, the first time you sleep in each other's home can be very revealing.

When it comes to dating there is a variety of different milestones that are fulfilled throughout the relationship.

Like the first time you meet your friends and family, the first time you go to bed in each other's home can be very revealing.

A new investigation by Mattress Advisor has shown when people feel comfortable spending the night with their loved ones and certain habits they both have.

Whether you are worried about your morning breath or snore while you sleep, every couple has been there.

Just like the first time you meet your friends and family, the first time you sleep in each other's home can be very revealing.

Just like the first time you meet your friends and family, the first time you sleep in each other's home can be very revealing.

Mattress Advisor surveyed 1,009 people currently in relationship about how long it took them to do certain things in front of their boyfriend or girlfriend.

It takes men 2.8 months before they feel comfortable sleeping naked with their partner, but it takes women a whole month longer with 3.9 months.

When it comes to walking through the bedroom, naked men do it at 3.1 months and 4.5 months at women.

Men feel comfortable using a restrainer to sleep with their partner fairly quickly, as they tend to do so at 3.4 months.

Men take 2.8 months to feel comfortable sleeping naked with their partner, but women take a month longer in 3.9 months

Men take 2.8 months to feel comfortable sleeping naked with their partner, but women take a month longer in 3.9 months

Men take 2.8 months to feel comfortable sleeping naked with their partner, but women take a month longer in 3.9 months

Women take more than twice as long to do it, as they do it when they spend 8.8 months.

It took women a little longer for men to feel comfortable with some of these actions.

Doing certain smells in bed and going to the bathroom with the door open took almost nine months on average.

Using the bathroom with her partner meant that the women had been almost 11 months, which was more than three months longer than the men.

Men take 3.8 months to feel comfortable enough to shower with their partner, but it takes women 5.2

Men take 3.8 months to feel comfortable enough to shower with their partner, but it takes women 5.2

Men take 3.8 months to feel comfortable enough to shower with their partner, but it takes women 5.2

"On the other side of the sheets, the women felt more comfortable sniffing through their partner's phone while they were sleeping," said the people behind the investigation.

& # 39; & # 39; Even leaving a toothbrush in your partner's house or leaving the bed undone took an extra month off women, on average & # 39; & # 39;

Women also moved slower when it came to letting someone stay at home.

"Even leaving a toothbrush in your partner's house or leaving the bed unmade, took women a month longer than men, on average," said the people behind the investigation.

"It took women almost four months, on average, to feel comfortable having their partner initially at home," they said.

& # 39; Men moved at a slightly faster pace, agreed to spend the night in pajamas almost three months in their relationship & # 39;

Many people feel much more comfortable having someone sleeping at home instead of going to someone else's, the investigation revealed.

Women took more than four months to sleep comfortably in their partner's place, while men took more than a month to sleep initially at their partner's house.

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