- Having problems falling asleep, waking up in the middle of the night, and experiencing difficulty getting back to sleep?
While most people are able to adjust their sleep patterns within a few days of the time change, others struggle to get even a few hours of quality sleep. Your age, work, eating and sleep schedule all contribute to how your body responds to the shift. Many people who approach the time change as a free hour of sleep in the morning tend to stay up even later than usual, which only aggravates issues.
Poor sleep can have a negative effect on your concentration, memory, mood and ability to perform daily tasks. It also puts you at a higher risk for obesity, depression, high blood pressure and more. If this sounds like you, don’t worry. There is an easy fix to cure those insomnia blues and get you back on a healthy track.
Just adjust your room thermostat.
Sounds simple, right? Of course, there are a myriad of other factors that contribute to a good night’s sleep. In the National Sleep Foundation’s 2012 Bedroom Poll, 93% of Americans cited a comfortable mattress, 91% chose quality pillows and 86% rated the comfort and feel of bedding as the most important factors contributing to solid sleep. But buying all new bedroom accessories can get expensive, so change your room thermostat first and see if it helps before you head to the nearest department store. It’s free, easy and one of the most effective ways to regulate your sleep.
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