Daylight savings time is used to save energy and have more daylight during the summer months. During this time, the clocks are set forward in the spring and moved back in the fall. It can drastically alter your sleep schedule, making you feel groggy during the day and can make it difficult for you to be productive at work or school. However, if you avoid common mistakes, and adjust your sleep schedule and lifestyle, you can adapt to the time change.
The good news is that there are a few small habit changes you can make, starting right now, to make up for the disruption to your sleep cycles. Here are a few.
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