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Ashton Kutcher sleeps like a baby every night

ShowbizBy Sunday World
Ashton Kutcher sleeps like a baby every night

Ashton Kutcher sleeps soundly for eight hours every night - because he has no stress in his life.

The 38-year-old actor lives with his wife Mila Kunis and their 21-month-old daughter Wyatt and he insists he has no worries which keep him awake in the evenings and his happy mood means he always rests comfortably.

If Ashton ever does have a problem he prefers to deal with it straight away and is adamant most issues can be solved by talking them through.

In an interview with the German edition of GQ Style magazine, he shared: "Usually I sleep eight hours a night. I don't have any unpaid bills that won't let me sleep at night - nor personal problems neither. I don't want to owe anybody anything or let conflicts rise. Before there are any rumours or even lawyers involved, I'd rather call somebody. Most problems can be solved by talking. After a good chat I'm at peace with myself. If somebody still has a problem, at least I know I did everything I could do."

Ashton was previously married to Demi Moore and acted as stepfather to her three daughters, Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, with Bruce Willis.

Although he has helped raise kids before, the former 'Two and a Half Men' star is enjoying seeing Wyatt grow from a newborn baby and was particularly amazed by her reaction when she realised she had killed a bug recently.

Ashton - who is expecting his second child with 33-year-old Mila - said: "I learn every day from Wyatt! It even inspires me as an actor that I can see the world through her eyes every day. Recently she stepped on a bug on purpose, she was really aggressive about it and only realised later that she killed it that way. It was very impressive to see those raw, precious feelings of her which she experienced the first time in her life.

"It's also very exciting to witness how she tries things in her environment for the first time. I think it's interesting , how products are being optimised. Many software companies test the ease of use on first-time-users. My daughter is the ideal candidate for everything in the world, because she hasn't learnt much. If she can't handle a thing without background knowledge, you know, that design is bad."

Ashton is a co-founder of technology-based digital media company A Plus which focuses on positive journalism.