People, who say they sleep like a baby, usually are not babies and neither do they have one! Any parent worth their grit and salt remember the luxuriousness of uninterrupted sleep like a distant forlorn memory. It miraculously gets taken over by the kids' cries, fights, dilly-dallying for having to go to bed. Kids and bedtime! Little hands rub their eyes, lids droop, intermingled with yawns and protests that they are not ready to get to sleep. Ah!
"No lilies or roses, just cold-catching noses, And when they all blowses, it's really a mess. They runs and they glowses, these sneezity noses, They drips and they flowses".
Few lines of a poem that underline the predicament of all that who suffer from a minor cold to a more chronic nasal ailment and makes them want to reach for the first available over the counter nasal drop or spray.
A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures in a doctor's book. - Irish Proverb.
Every wakeful person, worth his sleeplessness, knows that the one way to guarantee wakefulness is to try really hard to fall asleep - no food/ alcohol 3-4 hours before bed? Check!; No caffeine? Check; Warm milk?