Some Sleeping Myths V/S Fact
Fact: While it is possible to catch up on missed sleep, it is not a sustainable solution.
Myth: It is a very popular myth about sleep that you can catch up on sleep over the weekend.
Fact: While 8 hours of sleep is the recommended amount for adults, everyone's sleep needs are different.
Myth: You need 8 hours of sleep per night.
Fact: Snoring can be a sign of sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder that can lead to health problems.
Myth: Snoring is harmless.
Fact: The amount of sleep you get directly affects your cognitive function, mood, & overall health.
Myth: You can function normally on just a few hours of sleep.
Fact: While alcohol may help you fall asleep faster, it disrupts your sleep cycle & can lead to poor-quality sleep.
Myth: To take a deep sleep you need alcohol.
Fact: Regular exercise can help you sleep better, but it's best to avoid intense exercise in the few hours before bedtime.
Myth: Exercising before bed will surely make you awake.
Fact: Naps can be a great way to boost productivity, creativity, & cognitive function.
Myth: Naps are only for lazy people.
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