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.
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.
If that doesn't work, talk to your mom about seeing a sleep specialist, who might check you for narcolepsy, a condition in which people fall asleep
at all hours of the day.
'People say they have experienced head nodding but have not fallen asleep at the wheel, but you have to fall asleep
first to have a head nod.'
Although the public prosecutor requested five months of military detention, the judge ruled that the soldiers did not fall asleep
''in times of war,'' a crucial phrase in the court case, while the public prosecutor thought the soldiers were in a war situation.
The new way to define your personality is how you fall asleep
Melatonin is best for helping to fall asleep
, but may not help maintain the slumber, since it is not a depressant.
I couldn't fall asleep
in front of the camera and then move it around.
Women with pulmonary disease also suffered disproportionately with sleep difficulties, including overall poor sleep quality, daytime tiredness, and the tendency to fall asleep
during leisure time.
Users record their own personal affirmations into the Affirmation Station--examples include "My body is whole and healthy" and "I love and accept myself just the way I am." As they fall asleep
, the Affirmation Station repeats their message once a minute for 10 minutes at gradually decreasing volume.
Sixteen insomniacs who were given 600 mg of the Sedonium brand of valerian for two weeks didn't fall asleep
faster--or sleep any longer--than when they were given a lookalike (but valerian-free) placebo.
More than half of Americans find it most difficult to fall asleep
during the summer, according to a new survey conducted for Serta.
The body's circadian cycle is a 24-hour cycle which controls functions such as body temperature, digestion and respiration and induces us to fall asleep
at night and stay awake during daylight hours.
* Paradoxical intention: instructs patient to concentrate on staying awake in order to reduce fruitless efforts to fall asleep
* Falling asleep: 75% (15) of the residents will fall asleep
within 15 minutes of going to bed at night.