It’s time to appreciate our life for what it is, at this very moment, for the sake of sleep. Being grateful for the things around you, and of who you are in this moment, produces positive thoughts and a sense of calm. And who knew? This state of tranquility mixed with acceptance makes us doze off more quickly, sleep longer and more soundly.
Next Sunday, November 3rd at 2:00 a.m. EST, we turn our clocks back. For most of us, this results in an extra hour of sleep. Great, right? Wrong. Daylight savings alters the time the sun rises and sets, thus affecting our internal clock, and ultimately our sleep cycle. A disrupted sleep cycle can mean a decrease in the quality of sleep as well as momentary insomnia.
Sleepcare is more crucial than ever during Daylight Savings. Here is how to restore your sleep cycle.