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Subject: Don't Let These Sleep Myth's Fool You

Message: Everyone sleeps, so everyone has a favorite theory about how sleep works. Call it unfounded folk wisdom, misinformation, or the fibs we tell ourselves to feel better about not sleeping – it all adds up to potential health problems if we don’t separate the fact from the fiction.

These days, it’s almost a bragging point to say that you can get by on four hours of sleep. Some people might feel like they’re gaming the system by operating on energy drinks and coffee all day, but in fact you can’t trick your body into sleeping less and remaining healthy. What’s actually happening is that sleep-deprived people become less able to accurately determine how sleepy they are; it’s comparable to someone saying they feel fine to drive after having a few beers. Meanwhile, your body’s sensitive systems are headed for illness and disease.

Learn which sleep myths to ignore so that you can sleep better at night.

Call To Action: Complete ProjectZ challenges for better sleep health

Subject: Messy Bed, Messy Head

Body Text: Having a super-cluttered bedroom may affect how well you sleep, according to a study presented at the 2015 SLEEP conference. The author said, "It seemed like even people without a hoarding disorder had what we call a dose response-meaning the more clutter you had, the more likely you were to have a sleep disorder." 

Take a look around your bedroom and notice what items you may have scattered around the room including laundry baskets, digital devices, and random clutter. While you may feel accustomed to your bedroom mess on a conscious level, your brain may interpret it unconsciously as a chore or task that needs to be completed. This can lead to stress which then can lead to poor quality sleep. 

Call To Action: Complete ProjectZ challenges for better sleep health