I’m convinced a lot of us will have some connection with falling asleep in the wrong place or at the wrong moment. We may have been at a boring meeting or convention, fought to listen as someone droned on uninspirationally, found ourselves semi-dozing in a room which was or too hot, or believed we’d over indulged at lunch. I’ve regularly needed to reposition my television due to drifting off to sleep before the conclusion of a programme! A number of those situations are sleep-inducing. If a speaker or trainer supplies their speech in a monotone, arranges each session to keep on interrupted with no fracture or has a boring message to send their relevant information may be lost as the audience struggles to pay attention to hearing it. Breaking seminars and demonstrations into bite-sized chunks, perhaps including interactive segments, a picture or any varied personal work can keep everyone else’s attention alert. In addition, it is important to be aware that if you regularly get to sleep in the wrong place it is definitely an indicator that all’s not well; there might be a health condition, maybe you are feeling low, gloomy, do too much, or will need to have more personal time. If you discover that you can’t prevent yourself out of regularly falling asleep and find it tough to keep awake it may be a good idea to arrange a check-up with your health care provider. Medication, diabetes and other health conditions might have to get diagnosed and treated promptly. Additionally, would you need to consider if you should be getting enough sleep, then the right quality and also are getting to sleep early.