Sorry, but it doesn’t automatically make you a perfect sleeper, reports Self.

“We don’t precisely recall the amount of time that it takes to fall asleep,” Brandon Peters, M.D., a board-certified neurologist and sleep medicine specialist, tells SELF. Research has shown that, in general, people can’t remember what happens in the minutes before they fall asleep, so you might not recall them at all. This is known as mesograde amnesia, and some researchers suggest it’s due to sleep spindles, or bursts of activity in your brain’s hippocampus as you’re transitioning from wakefulness to sleep. Your hippocampus helps you create and store new memories, so this tracks.