Get better sleep during daylight savings time

Thursday, March 15th, 2018 | by

Adjusting to Daylight Saving Time requires you to either spring forward or fall back, and here are 10 tips to help you adjust to the time change.

Daylight Saving can affect sleep by having to “Spring forward, and fall back. For many, this change in time will bring confusion, missed appointments and griping. But there’s a reason someone thought to invent DST a century ago. What was it? Here’s what we do know about Daylight Saving Time and don’t know about sleep.

What is Sleep?

Regardless of its purpose, sleep is clearly something we need. Daylight Savings is a good time to revisit our sleep habits for the sake of health and well-being. Since sleep is so important, it is a good idea to practice sleep hygiene techniques year-round as it has a positive impact on your overall health and wellbeing. The OMRON HeartGuide is one convenient way to monitor sleep, activity, and blood pressure that comes in the form of a watch.