I’m convinced most people have some connection with falling asleep in the wrong place or at the incorrect time. We may have been in a boring meeting or convention, struggled to listen as someone droned on uninspirationally, seen ourselves semi-dozing at a room which has been or overly warm, or believed we had overindulged at dinner. I have regularly needed to reposition my TV as a result of falling asleep before the conclusion of this programme! A number of these situations are understandably sleep-inducing. When a speaker or trainer produces their speech at a monotone, arranges each session to carry on interrupted without a break or has a boring message to deliver their important information might be missed as the viewer struggles to concentrate on hearing it. Breaking presentations and seminars in to bite-sized chunks, perhaps including interactive sections, a picture or a few varied personal work can help to keep everyone’s interest alert. In addition, it is important to bear in mind that if you regularly get to sleep in the wrong place it can be a sign that all’s not perfectly; there may be a health condition, maybe you are feeling low, depressed, do a lot of, or will need to take more personal time. If you find that you simply can’t prevent your self out of regularly decreasing asleep and have found it tough to remain alert it might be a very good idea to organize a checkup with your doctor. Medication, diabetes and other health issues may have to be diagnosed and treated promptly. Also, do you need to consider if you’re getting enough sleep, then the perfect quality and are likely to bed early.