You have a daily preference for when you wake up, when you eat, when it is best to work on demanding tasks, and when to go bed. Dr. Michael Breus in his book, The Power of When, describes four different chronotypes. Each chronotype is represented by a different animal.
Dolphins sleep light. Many dolphins suffer from insomnia.
Lions wake up early and with a lot of energy. When evening falls, Lions are wiped out.
Bears rise and fall with the sun. Bears need 7-9 hours of sleep each night.
Wolves take a long time to wake up. Wolves are most energetic in the evening.
Sleep Tip #10: Identify your chronotype by taking the Chronotype Quiz.
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