A new survey found that people who get up on the right side of the bed are more likely to feel grumpy and tired in the morning. The study of 2,000 people also claims that right-side risers also take longer to shift their bad mood and are more likely to see their work affected by their tiredness. Researchers found nine in ten wake up still feeling tired three mornings a week, with the average adult saying it's almost 10am before they start to feel properly awake. The study shows 57% of people believe it is possible to get out of bed on the wrong side, with almost one in ten even trying a different side to see if it makes a difference to their mood. And while left-hand bed risers say their mood starts to lift at 9.07am, for those who get out of bed on the right its 9.22am before they start to feel happier.