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Read a bunch of mindless articles to help you fall asleep faster.
I'm the only sleep specialist I know of who says it's OK to fall asleep with the television on," Dr.
And, she cautions against consuming alcohol with any prescription or non-prescription sleep aids, or imbibing to help you fall asleep.
When I fall asleep, he wakes up and comes looking for the remote.
And I could probably even fall asleep while standing up.
Research also revealed that drivers are much more likely to fall asleep on the UAE's highways, because their long, straight and seemingly repetitive scenery tends to make drivers switch off.
The children who took part in the more vigorous sort of exercise fell asleep faster but those with sedentary lifestyles took longer to fall asleep.
The study, published in a specialist British journal, Archives of Disease in Childhood, also found that children who fall asleep faster also sleep for longer.
The children who took part in the more vigorous sort of exercise fell asleep faster, but those with sedentary lifestyles took longer to fall asleep.
5-hour average workday, causing many of them to fall asleep or feel sleepy at work, drive drowsy, and lose interest in sex, according to a survey by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF).
MORE than 300,000 drivers may have a sleep disorder that could make them fall asleep at the wheel, say researchers.
Women in their 30s are the motorists most likely to fall asleep at the wheel, according to a survey.