Turning in 10-15 minutes before planning to fall asleep is ideal for getting best sleep. People who have trouble falling asleep may be going to bed at the wrong time, claim sleep experts. Finding the right time to hit the sack may help people with sleep problems to fall asleep faster and sleep through the night without waking up in the wee hours. People have an in-built clock that determines the best time for them to go to bed, claims Professor Markku Partinen, a neurologist specialising in sleep problems.
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Professor reveals best time to go to bed
"According to population studies, the natural time for people to go to sleep is between ten and midnight." People who have difficulty falling asleep at night or staying asleep, often unwittingly make the same mistakes.