Can you sleep with lights on?

@daliaj (5689)
India
May 20, 2009 11:39pm CST
I can do that. I shared my room with my sister all the time when I was at home. Sometime my sister will be studying with lights on when I go to bed. So, the situation made me sleep with light and now I got used to it. What about you?
11 responses
@cher913 (25891)
• Canada
21 May 09
when i was little, my parents made sure everything was quiet and dark when i was going to sleep and to that end, i find before i can fall asleep, it has to be pitch dark and very quiet or i cannot sleep.
@russso (1701)
• Philippines
22 May 09
That was one good training your parents did.
@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
21 May 09
Definitely, i can't sleep when the lights in my bedroom is on. I ever tried a few times to sleep with my bedroom lights on due to my son complaining he cannot sleep in the dark. But, seems like, i just cannot adapt to it. So now, i trained my son to sleep in the dark. It's good to our eyes too, when you're able to sleep in the dark. So far, my son started to like to sleep in the dark, too. So now, i can have a good sleep..
@daliaj (5689)
• India
21 May 09
Oh..that is great that you trained the baby to sleep in dark.
• Philippines
23 May 09
I could, but I would have to be really tired to be able to do that. I usually close all the windows, just so that my room is pitch dark whenever I sleep. and I love that. :)
• India
23 May 09
hiii dear friend..nice to meet you here in mylot..I will sleep my switching off the lights..i can't sleep by switching on the lights..Once my friend came to my home..And he stayed in my home only at that night..At that day he studied my in my room..So at that dat i can't able to sleep because lights are switched on in my room..Because he is studying..happy mylotting dear friend..have a nice day..happy earnings..
@CodeKitt (27)
• United States
22 May 09
Yeah, I can sleep with the lights on; even more so when I'm tired. It's quite an advantage especially if you have to share a room with a roommate who sleeps late. ^^,
@russso (1701)
• Philippines
22 May 09
I just cannot sleep with the lights on. Sleeping becomes a struggle. I feel like a zombie in the morning when I sleep with the lights on. Sleeping with the lights out relaxes me and this is a sure fire way to get my much-needed 8 hours of sleep every night. My room has two layers of curtain so it's dark inside even during the day.
• China
21 May 09
Me, too. But without the light on i will feel better. When i was a little kid i was scared with darkness. I always slept with light on at that time. Now, I am getting old. I am not afraid of darkness anymore.
21 May 09
yeah i can sleep with the lights on, sometimes its comforting.
@anday0108 (633)
• Philippines
21 May 09
I cannot really sleep with the lights on. It is as if I have never really slept at all if the lights are not put off. There was only one situation where for a week I have to sleep with all the lights on. It was in one of my business trips where I had to sleep in a huge room with 15 beds, but only me occupying the whole room. It was quite creepy, I don't want to wake up with somebody on my side lol..so I had to have the lights on, no matter what. I end up sleep deprived for a week.
@gcorp09 (940)
• Singapore
21 May 09
I will say that it's very hard for me to sleep with the lights on in my room. I will usually need to switch off all the lights before I could really go to sleep. I'm quite sensitive about the lights, and I will even prefer if possible for the rest of the lights to be switched off as well. However, there are exceptions. If I am feeling very tired, I can still fall asleep with the lights on.
• United States
21 May 09
It really depends on how tired I am. If I really tired and every light in the house is on it wouldn't bother me one bit. Now, if I'm not that tired and I'm comfortable, then the lights will probably bug the heck out of me and make it difficult for me to sleep. I have to have at least the light in the room off that I am sleeping in or else it will be hard for me to fall asleep and stay asleep.