Getting into a regular sleep routine after a time change

sleep routine after a time change

Let’s be honest – the time change can really mess with your normal sleep routine. Getting back into a regular sleep schedule may be just what you need. These tips will help you fix your sleep time and regulate your internal clock and get into a regular sleep routine after a time change.

  • Create a sleep-conducive environment that is dark, quiet, comfortable and cool
  • Establish a regular bedtime and wake time schedule
  • Try a relaxing routine like soaking in hot water before bedtime
  • Exercise regularly
  • Avoid caffeine, nicotine and alcohol close to bedtime
  • Use the bedroom for sleep; leave problems at the door and try to unwind before bedtime

Additionally, use advice from the article below for more details on a getting back into a regular sleep routine after a time change:

  • Be Consistent
  • Make Gradual Adjustments
  • See the Morning Light
  • Dim the Nightlights
  • Skip the Snooze Button
  • Eat right

How to Get on a Sleep Schedule

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