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Lost an hour?

DayLight Savings Time (DST) happens once every year and many of us struggle when the change comes around. The time change seems to throw off your body's natural time clock leaving you tired and groggy. No worries, we have 5 tips to help you cope with daylight savings time.

5 Tips for Coping with Daylight Savings Time

1. Exercise

Keep your same exercise schedule. If possible, exercise earlier in the day so that you're not wired after an evening workout

2. Stick to sleep schedule

If you're sleep deprived daylight saving time is really going to hit you hard. Shoot for six to eight hours of sleep each night.

3. Don't eat late

Because of the time change you may want to eat later than usual. Stick to the same eating window giving your body ample time to digest your food.

4. Avoid electronics at bedtime

Limit your screen time 2-3 hours before bed helps to unwind and fall asleep without distractions.

5. Avoid caffeine late in the day

Caffeine tends to affect the sleep patterns for some people. Consume coffee earlier in the day when you need a boost.

Remember DST happens once every year. That uncomfortable feeling is only temporary and you will adjust.

Enjoy the extra day light!!!

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