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The survey found that, Tuesdays and Thursdays were named the easiest nights to fall asleep with just 5 percent and 3 percent of people citing trouble on those nights.
While alcohol may help you fall asleep, it keeps you in the lighter stages of sleep, making it harder to stay asleep and decreasing the quality of sleep.
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 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.
However, Figueiro found, a similar exposure to blue-LED light prompted the study participants to fall asleep later and then sleep longer and better than they had before the treatment.
I fall asleep everywhere--in class, after school, even in choir.
It doesn't matter how long you are driving, if conditions are right a person can fall asleep at the wheel within half-an-hour.
Men are twice as likely as women to fall asleep while driving, and young people are much more likely than to nod off than older people.
Insomnia refers to the inability to fall asleep and to stay asleep.
Melatonin is best for helping to fall asleep, but may not help maintain the slumber, since it is not a depressant.