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Do you have a TV in your bedroom?

Do you watch it often at night in bed?

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Due to a back problem, my pain is better if I am lying down, so by the end of the day, I find it is more comfortable to go to bed early.

I watch TV in bed every night and set it to timer so that it turns itself off as I generally fall asleep way before it turns itself off.

I have read that you should not watch TV in bed, however it does not seem to have any detrimental effects on my going to sleep and I think, in fact, it puts me to sleep.

So my answer is definitely YES I watch TV in bed every night -in fact I used to sometimes even before my accident, just not so often.
by Finy
No - I don't have screens in my bedroom. Bad for business.
"business"??
by Finy
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by jonaja
I would just like to clarify that I am not a prostitute. I just meant that a TV could be a little distracting for other activities is all. Nothing sinister!
LOL Matteo -was not suggesting you were but now that you mention it, your answer could have been construed that way!!
by Finy
Nice answer ... made me smile :)
by Aliso
NOTHING would detract me from "business" LOL! woo hoo
by brigi
No because I don't have a television in our bedroom. Apparently it's not good to watch TV in bed - it stimulates you rather than relaxing you before going to sleep
by AJ
I've also read that couples who have televisions in their bedrooms are much less likely to have sex as much as couples without televisions, lol.
by Vee
No, we've only got one tv and it's in the living room. I like to read in bed but I don't like the idea of watching tv in there. Don't know why, it's just not my thing.
I do have a small tv in my bedroom with a built-in DVD player. On particularly cold nights I might watch a movie in bed to save on heating bills, and when my young grandchildren stay over, it's a bit of a treat to cuddle up with Granny and watch a movie. Having said all that, on most nights I'd rather read a good book.
I don't have a TV in my bedroom. I have a spare TV so I could set a TV up in my room but I don't want to. I don't watch TV much so I have no desire for one in my bedroom. I do have books and magazines in my bedroom.
I need a 'set-top-box' and just have not got one yet for my t.v. in the bedroom.
Plus...I don't want to miss going on the computer, and I will if I watch t.v. in bed
:(
Yes! Love watching TV in bed lol

I used to get anxiety in bed at night but if I listen to a TV show while I'm going to sleep it keeps my mind occupied and I sleep peacefully.
A great BIG NO!!!! I really hate having a tv in the bedroom,and though books are most likely as 'stimulating' before sleep,I do have masses of THOSE!! I DID have a tv in my bedroom for a short while after my hysterectomy as I was on very strict bed rest for the first 4 weeks,then gradually got back to a more normal lifestyle. I must say that I hardly watched it at all when it was in there!! I was very glad to have it taken out and put in the spare room!! I grew up in a house which had only one tv and it was NEVER moved to any of the bedrooms for any reason whatsoever,I think gthis has a lot to do with my aversion to having tv's anywhere excet the room where it is used all the time. I only own one TV even now when they are so cheap and many folk have one in almost every room!!!
A great BIG NO!!!! I really hate having a tv in the bedroom,and though books are most likely as 'stimulating' before sleep,I do have masses of THOSE!! I DID have a tv in my bedroom for a short while after my hysterectomy as I was on very strict bed rest for the first 4 weeks,then gradually got back to a more normal lifestyle. I must say that I hardly watched it at all when it was in there!! I was very glad to have it taken out and put in the spare room!! I grew up in a house which had only one tv and it was NEVER moved to any of the bedrooms for any reason whatsoever,I think gthis has a lot to do with my aversion to having tv's anywhere excet the room where it is used all the time. I only own one TV even now when they are so cheap and many folk have one in almost every room!!!
No I don't have a TV in the bedroom....my b room is strictly for sleeping and...amorous actitivites (I wish),,,I should say...'used to be'.for a activities!
by fran
I was going to post the exact same message. Lol.
by annfi
No I don't have a TV in my bedroom. I've read before that you should not have a TV in your bedroom as it disrupts your sleep.
We made it a point of duty not to have a TV in the bedroom so I've never watched Tv in bed.
NO NO NO
I store my old TV in our room, I used it while recovering from an operation, now it sits unplugged
No but my husband would like one. I think we should keep the bedroom as calm and as 'different' from the other rooms in the house as possible. Saying that though, I do enjoy watching TV in bed if I am staying in a hotel.
We do have a TV in our bedroom which is used mostly to watch news and on weekends a movie or two.
No. I find that if I watch TV in bed I have difficulty getting to sleep.
by Vee
I love having the tv in my bedroom! I watch movies from bed too… half the time in "jammies" the other half in trakkies… what a way to go, comfort.
Yes.
ON the bed!
Have four comfy pillows behind me, as I usually watch for a few hours' at a time, my taped tv shows.
Yes yes yes, it's my time to unwind at the end of the evening
No - couldn't stand to do that. Don't watch a huge amount of tv, and certainly not in bed. Much prefer to read in bed.
We do not have a tv in the bedroom. Beds are for two activities - sleeping and loving.
When my first husband died and I was crying all the time, I borrowed a friend's spare tv. I found it a good escape that made me fall asleep. I could click it on in the night when I woke and my problems got too big for me. It was like a drug and very welcome.
I have remarried now and had a personal rule not to use phone or iPad in the bedroom , but I find myself checking my iPad while my husband reads the paper. We love to go back to bed with a cuppa on the weekends, so iPad is accepted then.
I have a small tv in my bedroom. It is probably equal to it's own weight in dust as I never watch it. Himself bought it for me for Christmas a few years ago. I think he would have a tv in every room if he could! It has a built in dvd player so I am going to connect it to my larger tv when I move so that I can watch dvds in my lounge on the bigger screen if I wish. I am a book reader in bed.
by Rice
No I don't have a tv in the bedroom either. The only time we did, was from June '69, for 6 months. Our very small flat we rented back then, only had 1 bedroom, so we moved the mattress into the living room, had a large arm chair we used for a 'headrest' (if that's the right word) & put everything else we owned onto the bed case, in the bedroom!
by Miro
Not at home, but yes sometimes on the cruises we do. We did watch tv in the home-stays we stayed in, in Bali.
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