Aim to get eight hours of sleep, even with the lost hour. Work backwards from the time you need to get up to ensure you’re getting a healthy amount of sleep. Daylight Saving Time is also a great opportunity to reevaluate your sleep habits, like setting a goal to avoid cell phones, TVs and computers one hour before you go to bed.
Go For a Morning Walk
The sooner you’re able to reset your circadian clock, the easier it’ll be to adjust to losing an hour. Sleep with your curtains open to allow natural light into your bedroom the morning after Daylight Saving Time or get up early for a walk before breakfast.
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