A cup of tea, pajamas and a 10pm bed time seems to be the best bet to gain a perfect night's sleep according to a new poll carried out by bedlinen brand Bedeck.
More than 2,000 adults took part in the survey which also looked into what people usually did a couple of hours before hitting the sack.
AdvertisementAn hour and three quarters session in front of the television watching either soap operas or comedy shows seems to be the preferred choice of a number of participants.
"The survey draws attention to a common pattern of events leading up to bedtime, and the things most people who get a good night's sleep do whilst in bed. The actual time people are going to bed is important, with most people ensuring they get a healthy eight or nine hours a night", Bedeck spokeswoman Tania Johnston said.