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Sleep myths that may explain why you're so tired

Cheapism Logo By Olivia Lin of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 17: This year, with everything from the pandemic to the roller-coaster economy and murder hornets, a lot of people have been losing sleep — but the good news is that there's been plenty of research on the topic. The negative effects of alcohol and caffeine on a good night's rest are fairly well-known, but myths abound. Correctives to these common misconceptions, along with free tools and tips, might help you catch a full night of sound sleep. They won't cure the pandemic or murder hornets, but at least you'll be rested enough to deal with them. Related: This Is Why Insomnia Is So Common in Older People

Don't Sleep On It!

This year, with everything from the pandemic to the roller-coaster economy and murder hornets, a lot of people have been losing sleep — but the good news is that there's been plenty of research on the topic. The negative effects of alcohol and caffeine on a good night's rest are fairly well-known, but myths abound. Correctives to these common misconceptions, along with free tools and tips, might help you catch a full night of sound sleep. They won't cure the pandemic or murder hornets, but at least you'll be rested enough to deal with them. 

Related: This Is Why Insomnia Is So Common in Older People

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