A new study has shown that couples who sleep facing each other with their limbs intertwined have more sex than those who snooze in other positions.
Spooning - with the man as the big spoon - was the second most likely position to result in a pair getting it on.
The research, which was carried out by Mattress Advisor found that "positions that already involved quite a bit of contact translated to sex most easily".
However, not everyone enjoys being up close and personal while they rest.
Most men said they found lying on their back with their partner curled around them "annoying", while women tended to hate being the big spoon.
Meanwhile, almost one in four couples were revealed to be sleeping in separate rooms, with snoring being the number one reason.
Something to bear in mind, anyway...