What do you listen to, if anything, as you fall asleep?
Depending on what’s available and what time it is — the tv, set on automatic turnoff. The news may be enough. I can also relax listening to a drama I’ve seen before, because I can visualize it without looking at it.
I listen to the TV too, either something I”ve seen before (usually Golden Girls or Frasier), or some very boring documentary that I know is going to put me to sleep.
Usually nothing, although white-type noise doesn’t bother me.
Oh man I need total silence … no TV or radio … nothing. Unless it’s the rain … rain is perfection!
I prefer silence, but usually I’m listening to my husband’s snores.
I used to do that; I would count them, trying to make sure he wasn’t suffering from sleep apnea. It’s one of the things I don’t miss.
I have listening to Mozart a lot lately. I find his music very relaxing. Mozart radio streaming on iTunes. i did not realize I was a fan until I went to a concert in the nearby park. 2 ladies, a violin and a cello. Wow!
I still love my moldy oldies.
The Sound of Silence.
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