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Exploring popular sleep myths

Can exercising at night help you get to sleep? Will eating a big meal before heading to bed lead to nightmares? And is eight hours of sleep really the gold standard? ABC News tackles these questions and explores other popular sleep myths in a piece this morning, and it's worth a read. (And for those of you too tired to click, the answers are maybe, no and not really.)

Previously: Researchers say: don't work your brain when you're trying to go to sleep

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