Daylight savings affecting your sleep?
Daylight savings affecting your sleep?

According to Greatist, the typical person spends 1/3 of their life sleeping. That’s time well spent because as we sleep, our bodies repair themselves, so we wake up renewed and refreshed.

If you normally have trouble sleeping, or if the recent time change threw you off, here are 3 tips to help improve your zzz's:

  1. Keep your bedroom slightly cool:A hot room can lead to more frequent awakenings and lighter sleep.
  2. Keep caffeine fixes to the morning: Caffeine stays in your body up to 10 hours after that last cup of Joe.

  3. Face the alarm clock away from you: Watching the time can actually cause stress and make it harder to fall asleep.

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On Average, how many hours of sleep a night do you get?