I am sure a lot of us have some experience of falling asleep in the wrong place or at the wrong time. We may have been at a boring meeting or seminar, fought to listen as some body droned on uninspirationally, seen ourselves semi-dozing at a room that has been or too hot, or believed we had over indulged at dinner. I’ve regularly needed to synthesize my TV due to falling asleep before the end of a programme! A number of these situations are understandably sleep-inducing. When a speaker or trainer creates their address at a monotone, arranges each session to keep on interrupted without a fracture or has a dull message to send their relevant information may be missed as the viewer struggles to concentrate on hearing it. Breaking seminars and demonstrations into bite-sized chunks, perhaps including interactive segments, a film or any diverse private work can help keep everyone’s attention awake. It’s also important to bear in mind that when you regularly fall asleep in the wrong place it can be an indicator that all’s not perfectly; there may be a health condition, you may be feeling low, depressed, do a lot of, or will need to take more personal time. If you discover that you simply can’t stop your self from regularly falling asleep and have found it tough to remain alert it might be a very good idea to organize a checkup with your physician. Medication, diabetes and other health issues might need to be diagnosed and treated promptly. Also, do you need to consider if you are getting enough sleep, the right quality and are going to sleep early enough.