10 Common Misconceptions About Good Sleep and Insomnia

We at Bright Side fact-checked 10 myths about insomnia and general good sleep and would like to share what we learned with you.

Perhaps this happens due to the shock of an inert biological clock, but after that, a person feels better and doesn’t experience problems with sleeping.

Specialists recommend getting between 7 and 9 hours of sleep per night and that the best time to go to bed is between 8 p.m. and midnight.

If you experience minor, involuntary movements of the body during the night, it’s considered healthy sleep. You shouldn’t be worried that you move your leg sometimes, but there are some cases that aren’t normal, such as the following:

Additionally, researchers have noticed that women can experience sleep disturbances related to their menstrual cycle and menopause.