Sunday, March 28, 2010

dealing with change to summertime

Some people have trouble with getting in the new rhythm after the change to summertime.

When it's possible you can move your bedtime each day with 10 minutes.

Because your internal rhythm not only depends on inner signals, but also on outer signals like noises, light and smells, you can fool yourself by taking melatonine and putting on the radio to close out some sounds (from the birds, for instance).

Don't forget to change the time on clocks, timers, your mobile phone and other equipment.

Good luck!

1 comments:

Lion Rampant said...

I have 2 young boys and their bedtime pattern has been blown away by the clock change.

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