The end of daylight savings times results in shorter days. Shorter day lengths are associated with seasonal changes in mood known as SAD (seasonal affective disorder). For many of us, we feel the subtle effects of shorter days such as … Read More
Latest Sleep Tips
The popular press profiled a time proven four step way to fall asleep in 2 minutes. What are the four steps? Relax the muscles in your face, jaw, tongue and even the muscles around your eyes. Drop your shoulders as … Read More
A 2013 study suggests that during the End of Daylight Savings Time, people tend to get up earlier and lose time sleeping overall. If it takes you 20-30 minutes to fall asleep, this is expected but still frustrating. And if you wake … Read More
Keep your same bedtime. The average adult needs 7-9 hours of quality sleep. Sorry…most of us are average and that’s OK. Consistency matters!
Go to bed 20-30 minutes later a beginning tonight through Sunday night. Your body need some time to adjust.