A new study from the University of Colorado Boulder found that one in four people who use Couchsurf get stuck in a place they can’t get out of.
The study also found that people who were able to leave their couch in the evening were significantly more likely to go back to the couch for the night.
“It’s been a really long time coming,” the study’s lead author, Rachel Weisz, told Business Insider.
“We’ve been talking about this for a long time.
And the average person on Couchsurfer is only in a situation where they can stay in a position where they’re going to get their energy back up.
And that’s not the case for the vast majority of people.”
Weisz and her colleagues found that when people are able to move their couch around, it has a direct effect on their sleep patterns.
“Sleep is very important,” Weiszz told Business Insider.
“It’s important for getting up and moving.
So when people can get off the couch and get up, they’re able to do that.”
The study found that those who could move their cushions were also more likely than others to feel refreshed, happier, and less tired.
“So we know from the couch that people are getting more active, and that they’re being able to be more energetic,” Weizz said.
“That’s what we’re looking at.”
This means that those people who move their chairs around to the maximum, even if it means spending a few hours a night out, are not likely to feel tired at night.
“If you’ve been able to get out and moved, that means you’ve moved your energy to the max,” Wezz said, “and you’re probably not as tired as you’d think.”
And those couch cushions are not the only thing that help move people’s energy.
Weisaz said that in the study, the people who could leave their cushioned chairs for the day were significantly less likely to have problems sleeping than those who were forced to move around.
She added that people tend to be able to “switch off” the couch during the day, but that if they were to move it around a little bit more often, they were also able to shift their energy to a place where they could sleep.
Weiszz explained that in order to shift your energy more to the places where you’re going, you need to “take your energy off the sofa and put it into your brain.”
“The brain is really good at making connections between things,” she said.
“If you put it all into your body and your brain, it will be able work like a super-computer.
You’re going from one place to another, and it’s going to make that connection that’s so important.”
The researchers say the study is important because it provides evidence that moving a couch can be beneficial for people with chronic health conditions like depression and anxiety.
The study was published in the journal Sleep.
The authors of the study note that this is not the first study on the topic of couch cushing.
Earlier this year, Weiszes team released an in-depth study that found that if you can move your couch around for longer periods of time, your body will be better able to absorb the nutrients it needs to heal.
But if you’re looking to move your furniture to the limits of your couch cushion, Weislz cautions that the study only examined the effects of moving a cushioned couch.
She also cautions against assuming that moving your couch is a permanent fix.
“When you’re moving, you’re putting a lot of strain on your body,” she told BusinessInsider.
“The amount of stress on your joints, on your muscles, is going to be a lot higher than it is if you just put your furniture away.
You have to take care of your body.
And you need time to recover.”