According to a research, a third of British men admit to HIDING in their bathrooms to obtain some peace and quiet.

Researchers surveyed 1,000 males and discovered that they use the restroom seven times a year, if only to take a quick break.

They go to the bathroom to escape their other half’s “nagging” or to avoid the kids in addition to having some peace and quiet.

avoidance of chores and the opportunity to use their phone The need to use the restroom quickly and undisturbed are both important factors.

One in ten bathroom visits, or 171 in a typical year, are interrupted, according to research commissioned by Pebble Grey, an authority on bathrooms.

We all need some alone time to reflect or entirely unplug, according to a spokeswoman.

The bathroom seems to be the preferred location for these moments since it serves as a refuge where we can momentarily isolate ourselves from the outer world.