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Do you like a sound or music playing when you sleep?
says doctorwho1011 on Mar 12th 18 (#818530)
Yes (8)
No (12)
Other (2)


No. I like it very quiet. Unfortunately, living in New York City, that's not possible.
says Linnster on Mar 12th 18 (#2732266)
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I used to like background music when I was younger but now I like the silence. Maybe it's because I always read before going to sleep and, the book is still on my mind.
says JustJimColo on Mar 12th 18 (#2732267)
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Naw! I just leave a fan running is all. I sleep pretty good!
says Rooster on Mar 12th 18 (#2732268)
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No. I'm an insomniac. I need a box fan on to drown out noise. Dogs barking and/or someone snoring drives me bonkers.
says azlotto on Mar 12th 18 (#2732271)
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says Rooster on Mar 12th 18 (#2732273)
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LMAO! I know that maneuver.
says azlotto on Mar 12th 18 (#2732274)
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I don't. I need to hear silence, certainly nothing more than my ceiling fan. I think if I could engineer it, I would enjoy a recording of the sound of the sea until I dozed off though.....
says Freeranger on Mar 12th 18 (#2732278)
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No way I turn the radio off when I'm sleeping.... But I turn the television on because it lulls me into a false sense of security.
says Echooos on Mar 13th 18 (#2732279)
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No...I have a large fan on, to drown out noises..
says DandyDon on Mar 13th 18 (#2732281)
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No, my mind starts going with the beat of the music. Fans or white noise for me to sleep - or a good glass of wine(biggrin)
says ozzyboy on Mar 13th 18 (#2732293)
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I use a white noise machine. I could sleep without one, but I’m so used to it now that I probably sleep better with one at this point.
says Thibault on Mar 13th 18 (#2732307)
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It's nice to go to sleep to music but waking up suddenly and all disoriented to turn off the music kinda sucks like the world is ending Also, when I feel really sad falling asleep to super sad music feels really good weird how feeding sadness feels good That's why we people like to read angsty novels we're a bunch of weirdos Example of a song to listen to when blue:
says fuzala on Mar 13th 18 (#2732313)
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I keep a fan on me to drowned out sounds
says symplycurious on Mar 13th 18 (#2732318)
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I'd much prefer silence but I have to have some white noise on to drown out the sound of the freeway, the motor cycle race track that runs events until mid night twice a week and just some noisy crickets close to my window. This might explain why I don't like the sound of combustion engines.
says OzSurfer on Mar 13th 18 (#2732323)
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Nope, just a fan. I sometimes fall asleep watching a video, and I find I incorporate what's being said on the video into my dreams...with some very strange results. Mostly I read myself to sleep, so I like it quiet.
says Bozette on Mar 13th 18 (#2732333)
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I nod off listening to talk radio.I wake up listening to talk radio....
says Blewynanifail on Mar 13th 18 (#2732353)
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Though I can fall asleep with some sounds intruding on my attempt at sleep, I don't need certain sounds lulling me into slumber. By the time I'm ready to lie down, most normal sounds won't effect my slope into slumber
says PartyOfOne on Mar 13th 18 (#2732357)
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I can fall asleep anywhere with no problem and I always fall asleep watching a movie, can’t remember the last time I watched a full movie all the way through
says Rose_Bud on Mar 13th 18 (#2732415)
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