If there's one thing we think it's safe to say is almost always a bummer in the bedroom, it's snoring.
According to a new survey from the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), 39 percent of American adults agree: When the opposite sex snores, it's a turn-off.
Luckily for the snorers among us, it's not a total deal-breaker -- 83 percent of the 1,009 people surveyed by telephone said they had had a snoring bed partner, but only 26 percent said all that log sawing made them angry or annoyed and just 9 percent said snoring has had a negative impact on a romantic relationship.
"Because it can be embarrassing, snoring can often be the elephant in the room when it comes to addressing relationship frustrations and health concerns," Kathleen Bennett, DDS, president of the AADSM, said in a statement. "But it's important that your significant other is made aware of their snoring -- and the effects it has on you, your relationship and their personal health -- so they can begin taking steps to remedy it."