#DaylightSavingsUK... Some say more daylight and energy savings but then others think this is imposing a mini jet-lag and proven increased risk to our health. In doubt, act! Here is how to get your circadian rhythm back on track.
Follow our daylight saving routine for a week :
1- Wake up at the same time as usual : what matters is when you wake up, that's when the body clock starts
2- Try not to nap and don't stay up later than usual
3- Go for a walk, every day! Make sure to get plenty of outdoor light between 10am and 4pm. You won't get enough light staying indoors, even in bright spaces.
4- Don't drink alcohol, avoid surgary foods and drinks, and stay away from heavy greasy anything
5- Make sure you limit your time on laptops and smartphones from 6pm onwards. Seriously. Self-control !
6- Prepare your night's sleep with cooler bedroom temperature, lavender oil or spray near your pillow and drink 30 drops of Dormeasan Valerian-Hops Oral Drops in a tiny bit of water