Myth: Adults only need 5 hours of sleep per night.  Truth: Most adults need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep per night. While some people may be able to function on less sleep, this is not healthy or sustainable in the long term.

Myth: You can catch up on sleep during the weekend.  Truth: While it's true that you can make up for lost sleep, it's not as simple as sleeping in on the weekends. Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to a host of health problems.

Myth: Alcohol helps you sleep better.  Truth: Drinking alcohol before bed may make you feel drowsy, but it can actually disrupt your sleep. Alcohol interferes with the normal sleep cycle and can lead to poor sleep quality and insomnia.

Myth: Watching TV or using your phone before bed helps you relax.  Truth: The blue light emitted by screens can suppress the production of melatonin. It's best to avoid screens for at least an hour before bedtime to ensure a better night's sleep.

Myth: Snoring is normal and not a problem.  Truth: Snoring can be a sign of a more serious condition such as sleep apnea. If you're a loud snorer or have trouble breathing during sleep, it's important to consult a doctor.