Once you check in (at 8pm), what are you supposed to do if your usual bedtime is somewhere between 11pm & 1am?
Just lay there strapped to the bed? & ever since I had my son (3.5 years ago) I have to pee every 30 minutes, even if I don't drink anything (not anywhere near diabetic, I've been tested)--so does that mean they are going to unstrap & re-strap me every time I have to go??
Or do I roam the hospital halls until I'm sleepy then summon the staff? (Yeah, right.)
I wish they would give you some indication of procedure in the flyer. All it does is go on about snoring (which I don't do unless I am having allergy problems anyway), & bringing your own pillow.
Do they make you sleep on your back? Someone said they do, & I'll never be able to sleep on my back, especailly not now, with my allergies acting up like this.
Are they in the room with you? Sitting right next to you? Or watching from behind glass, like at a police station? lol