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Sleeping is essential to keep the mind and body healthy; however, as these five myths show, many of us are still managing to get it wrong.

Myth 1
You can catch up on missed sleep at the weekend.

There’ no catching up. You actually need to maintain a regular sleeping schedule seven days a week.

Myth 2
The older you get the less sleep you need.

Even adults need at least seven to nine hours of good sleep.

Myth 3
If you wake in the middle of the night you should just lie there and wait for sleep.

If you can’t get back to sleep within 15 minutes you should get up and try reading. This will help relieve the stress of getting back to sleep.

Myth 4
A glass of wine will help you nod off.

Wine will help you nod off but you will end up with a fragmented sleep which is not good.

Myth 5
An afternoon nap will disrupt your bedtime.

A nap can be a good thing once you keep it under 30 minutes and don’t have one too close to bedtime.



Busted star Matt Willis is all set to appear on Eastenders as a love interest for Stacey Branning who is returning from her hideout in Mexico.

Speaking about the new role, Matt said: “I’m so thrilled to be a part of such an iconic show. I grew up watching Eastenders so this is really exciting for me.”

Matt is also set to head out on tour as part of McBusted, an amalgamation of McFly and two-thirds of Busted, beginning in April.

Matt is married to Big Brother presenter Emma Willis with whom he has two children.


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