Falling asleep to TV is a fine idea, but make sure you put the TV on a timer where it will turn off after 30min-1 hour. Don't leave it on the entire night while you sleep. Your subconscious cannot rest if there is noise (from the tv, such as talking, music with words, etc.)
Studies have found that your brain and body rests the best when there is no light or sound. If you have difficulty falling asleep, try using a fan for white noise. The monotonous never changing sound will help.
It is NOT a good idea! You will not get as deep a sleep with it on because the light and noise interrupt deep sleep. It is not a good idea to have a tv in your bedroom. Any entertainment should be done hours before bedtime, and in another room. Your bedroom should be for sleeping and relaxing your brain.
No, because you could miss a good ending. Or an important weather report. Or information on an earthquake that tells you to take cover. Or your neck could be at an awkward angle and you wake up with a spasm in it. Or...
Two of the Most Common Problems that Contribute to Poor Sleep - Light - Temperature Even minute amounts of light can affect your ability to fall asleep and remain asleep, by interfering with your pineal gland's production of melatonin. Ideally, you'll want to turn off your TV, computer, iPad and any other light emitting technologies at least an hour prior to bed time. Next, make sure your bedroom is shrouded in pitch darkness by covering your windows with blackout shades or heavy drapes. Also close your bedroom door, get rid of night-lights, and refrain from turning on any light during the night, even when getting up to go to the bathroom.
If you have to use a light, install so-called "low blue" light bulbs in your bedroom and bathroom. These emit an amber light that will not suppress melatonin production.
The ideal temperature to promote sound sleep is actually quite cool—between 60 to 68 degrees F (15.5 to 20 C), according to studies. Keeping your room cooler or hotter can lead to restless sleep. This is because when you sleep, your body's internal temperature drops to its lowest level, generally about four to six hours after you fall asleep. Scientists believe a cooler bedroom may therefore be most conducive to sleep, since it mimics your body's natural temperature drop.
I never fall asleep watching tv because I like total quiet at bedtime. On the rare occasion that I fell asleep with the tv on I had all types of wild dreams and I didn't feel rested the next day. So I do not advise anyone to sleep with the tv on.
my answer is no... it is not good to watch the t.v when you fall asleep because our body needs a proper relax to maintain the good condition of our mind...and its good to fall asleep when your in comfortable place and having a peace of mind...
The simple answer is NO. Your brain needs rest too. You cannot get into RIM 3 to truly let your mind rest with the radio, TV or other devises on. Try deep breathing to get the body into rest preparedness. Focus on one single sound in the room. It takes a few tries to break the habit, but it can be achieved
It varies. if your mind is restless and it is difficult to sleep because of thoughts a senseless TV program can be the trick to altering your thought process and calming it down enough so you can fall asleep. I don't have a TV but i have a small DVD player for this reason, and another.
Watching the Television before sleep in a sitting position will not affect our body. If we watch the Television in a sleeping position we must turn on either by left side or right side or we must raise our head with neck which will affect blood circulation and we may feel a little pain in our body due to poor supply of blood circulation to any part of the body even headache due to poor blood supply to brain. Watching the Television before sleeping in a comfortable position not in sleeping position is correct and advisable