sleeping in a bathtub

How to Sleep in a Bathtub: 9 Steps (with Pictures) – wikiHow

How to Sleep in a Bathtub. If you have house guests or if you are staying in a hotel room with more people than there are beds, one option might be to sleep in the bathtub. With a little planning and the right supplies, it might not be too…

Sleeping in a bath tub? [Archive] – Straight Dope Message Board

I’m listening to Rubber Soul, and a thought crossed my mind… Why is it in old movies and what not, that when there’s no extra bed to sleep in, the guest would sleep in the bath tub? Seems like a foolish place to try and sleep, I’d rather get a blanket and lie on the floor.

How can it be dangerous to fall asleep in the bath? | Mumsnet …

I fall asleep in the bath all the time… and woken spluttering more than once with a mouth full of water. I think that you’d have to be a pretty heavy sleeper to drown yourself in a bath! Thinking about it, I can wake my dp by holding his nose when he’s sleepingit seems to me that you naturally wake up if your breathing is …

How to sleep in a bathtub – Quora

I have slept in bathtubs many times. Why? You may well ask. I dunno, the warm water lulls me to sleep. Also, if you are tired enough you can sleep just about anywhere. You can get bathtub pillows, made of plastic (not really very comfortable) but they will help with the wrenched neck thing. Get a bathtub pillow and …

Sleeping in the bathtub : depression – Reddit

Hi! Even though you have found yourself sleeping in a tub, you have found a way to sleep. That, at times, is better than not sleeping at all. We all have individual coping mechanisms for fear, anxiety, depression and their individual effects on our sleep. You have found your way to cope with that.

Someone drowns in a tub nearly every day in America – seattlepi.com

An American drowns nearly every day in a bathtub, hot tub or spa, and the deaths occur disproportionately in Western states, where victims often drink or take drugs while soaking in hot water. Public health experts disagree over the meaning of the tub death data, with some suggesting a few of the deaths …

Sleeping in the tub | Physics Forums – The Fusion of Science and …

When I actually had a bath tub (*tear*) I used to love sitting in it (with water obviously) and reading until I dosed off. But then I noticed that I always got tired in the bath and I put two and two together and realized that it was the way my neck was being contorted when sitting back was kinda like a very mild …

Don’t let the water lice bite – sleep bed bathtub | Ask MetaFilter

i’ve heard this before, but now that i’m giving it serious attention, it just seems ridiculous. really, the tub? a sleeping bag on the floor anywhere else in the house wouldn’t be more comfortable? isn’t it wet in there a bit? what happens when someone goes to the bathroom at 2am, or wants to shower in the …

Snopes.com: Sleeping in the tub

look the least bit sleepy to stay out of the bathtub. Not because you could fall and break your neck, but because you might get too relaxed and cozy, and drift off to sleep, slowly submerging until you drown. This is a load of bull. The instant a person breathes the tiniest amount of water into their nose

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