Yawning a lot before going to bed

@cudamani (998)
June 7, 2009 7:50am CST
It is better people say that we should go to bed only if we begin to yawn a number of times. Otherwise we may not get sleep at all and we will be simply writhing on the bed. Sometimes books may lull us to sleep.
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@goapples (129)
7 Jun 09
It is probably true that yawning is a very good sign that you are tired, as yawning is a way to keep us away, but just waiting for yawning to start is not a good way to tell when to go to sleep as yawing only starts when you are very tired. The best time to go to sleep is when you begin to feel tired.
• United States
7 Jun 09
Did you know that yawning is infectious? When one person starts ywaning, every man around him will begin to yawn as well.
@fheroan (619)
• Philippines
8 Jun 09
Yawning is a sign that you're tired and you need to rest. Other theories says that yawning is a way to cool off your brain temperature..:D
@rsa101 (14874)
• Quezon City, Philippines
8 Jun 09
Well I really do not think that you should be yawning at all since when you get to bed it is rather an instinct that you have to yawn at it. But I do not believe that it is a prerequisite for you to yawn first to get yourself to sleep.
@thumbd (71)
• China
7 Jun 09
Yes, the yawn is signal from your body. It tells you are tired and better to go to sleep now. If you yawn a number of times, you can fall asleep quickly and deeply.