When you go to bed do you watch tv or read before falling asleep?
I relax in bed with a cup of chamomile tea and read a book on nutrition and health. Sometimes I go on the computer and write.
Yes my nights are just crazy and wild!
I sometimes watch tv in bed but last night I missed the end of Undercover Boss Canada which really annoyed me ... Fell asleep lol ! Sometimes I read .
no, i don't watch tv nor read any books. I kept rushing my kids to finish their homework, brush teeth, etc before hitting the bed with them. Tedious, you know?
No when I finally head to bed at 1am I'm beat and crawl in and lights out!
A cup of warm milk and watching my favorite TV series.
At about 11pm, I will go to bed. That's how I get to fall asleep nowadays.
Yes, mainly reading but sometimes I watch TV. I fall off to sleep whilst reading and sometimes I only manage one or two pages, and totally forget what I've read, so the next night I have to re-read the pages and try not to fall off to sleep before I've read another page!
Reading is my favored ritual before sleeping. I think it's healthier than watching tv in so many ways. It feeds your mind and stimulates it, it's cheaper since it doesn't consume power, plus, depending on the material, reading is more powerful than any sleeping pill! Lol.
I watch tv before I fall asleep because there is always something that is interesting.
It has to be a good book - mind you, if the book's too good, then I fight to stay awake to read some more. But generally I like to read.
Having said that, with so much crap showing on TV at the present time, many of the programmes send me to sleep before I get near the bedroom!
I just take my shower curl up with my favorite pillow and blanket
that's it for me
When it is my night? I always read a book. But when my husband wants attention, it's time for TV.
I avoid watching TV because both my wife and I will doze off only to be awakened by something on the box. I almost always read.
Yes, I like to read or watch tv before lights out because it is relaxing and usually helps me sleep better.
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