Having Your Bed Close to the Bedroom Door Can Cause Disease
This is certainly one of the most dramatic amongst many of its superstitions. It comes from Feng Shui, Chinese system of aesthetic placement. According to the Feng Shui, you should keep bed as far away from the door as possible and make sure you can see the entire room from the bed.
Sleepwalking Give a Heart Attack
Sleepwalking is known as one of the deepest forms of sleep. Waking sleepwalkers can leave them agitated, confused or disgruntled and can even lead them to lash out. It won’t cause initial fatal harm such as a heart attack.
Single Women Sleeping with Wedding Cake
If you want to dream of your future husband, you can sleep with a piece of wedding cake under her pillow. Unfortunately, there is no evidence to support this superstition.
Getting Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed
If you put left foot down getting out of bed in a morning, you could have a bad mood. This firstly appeared in a number of 17th-century plays. Today, this expression is widely used by many of us.
Counting Sheep Helps Sleep
Have you ever heard of counting sheep can help sleep? In fact, people who use “imagery distraction” fell asleep faster than those weren’t given any instructions according to a study from the journal for Behaviour Research and Therapy. It is not recommended to count sleep for this is seen as too strenuous of an activity for the brain. You can image relaxing, less thought-provoking images such as laying on a beach to help you sleep.
Cheese Gives Nightmares
Till now, there is no evidence that cheese will give you nightmares. We only find that eating cheeses before bed can potentially affect what you dream about. To be specific, eating Leicester can lead you to have reminiscent dreams, particularly of your school days, and eating cheddar can influence dreams about celebrities.
Teenagers Are Lazier Than Adults
Teenagers enjoy more sleep than anyone else according to a study from the National Sleep Foundation. Adults sleep 7-9 hours every day, while teenage sleep at least 8-10 hours because of their natural body clock and their development through adolescence.