It’s that time of year again! This Sunday our clocks “fall back,” giving us an extra hour of sleep.
It can be a little rough on our bodies to adjust to the upcoming time change. However, here a few tips:
1.You’re already dealing with sleep problems-Existing sleep issues can be a drag in either direction of time changes. However, there is hope. Sticking to a routine is a blessing, such as going to bed and waking up at the same time each day!
2. You’re a parent-If you have kids like mine, they are looking forward to having an extra our to sleep. However, if you have kids that like to wake up at the crack of dawn, turning the clocks back means they might wake up even earlier! Those little bodies are regulated by light just like adults. Therefore, it’s very important to make sure it’s dark at night in their bedrooms as well as expose them to natural light in the evenings!
3. You get the winter blues-A good mood booster can be the end of Daylight Saving Time! It’s a biological thing that your mood if lifted by morning light!
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Source: MSN-Healthy Living
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