The reality is we’re often to blame for our own sleep deprivation — clinging to bad habits and buying into the sleep myths that keep us perpetually tired. So, let’s end this vicious cycle of misinformation and begin to feel better — by revealing the truth behind common sleep myths.
Total sleep tile is linked with the age group. Generally 7 to 8 hours sleep is good for adults and 8 to 9 hours sleep for teenagers. However, excessive sleep is may be a sign of depression and low quality sleep. Therefore, never target more sleep.
It may help only few but not a good idea to try it. Never go for it.
Failing to fall asleep is just one sign of insomia. There are other symptoms of Insomnia such as failing to wake up early, failing to fall back asleep easily.
A Jawbone study founds that people who sleep 8 to 9 hours each night report happier moods the next day.
Not getting good sleep in night may cause it but if you feel it everyday eventhough you have slept more than 8 hours. Then there could some other problem like a low quality sleep, sleep apnea, bad diet etc.
Naps may help you sometime but always. It is always better to have good night sleep at room instead of napping at office.
No one can fool the sleep. If you don't sleep, your remaining hours would be added in sleep debt and you have to pay it back next day.
It has been found in research that aged people still need same amount of sleep but they need more bedtime to get same amount of sleep due to aches and pains.
Snoring may cause serious health problem such as sleep apnea and high blood pressure.
The consequences of even one hour of sleep loss for one night can be an increase in heart attacks.