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Daylight Savings Time

Today is the day! Daylight Savings Time is the day that our entire routine is changed. We probably woke up today and either felt well rested or absolutely exhausted. When you change your sleep schedule you change your circadian rhythm. Circadian rhythm refers to your 24 hour cycle your body goes through and depends on the time of day. You ever realize that you feel tired at the same exact time every single day? Now that you have changed your clocks an hour back, your circadian rhythm may be disturbed.


Don’t let the change in one hour affect your work week

Below are some tips and tricks to decrease the likelihood of feeling tired throughout the day today and allowing you to get back into a normal sleep schedule.

  1. Keep the same sleep cycle
    If you normally sleep at 9pm, remember to go to sleep at 8pm.
  2. Soak up the sun
    Because of the hour change it may be sunny when you wake up. Sun provides us necessary nutrients, which will increase energy, increase alertness, and increase positive moods.
  3. Take Drenamin
    Drenamin has the necessary nutritions o supply your adrenal glands. With change in sleep patterns, our adrenaline glands have to work in overdrive to provide us the necessary energy to function. You can pick up Drenamin at Forward Motion Chiropractic.

    Have a great weekend,
    Dr. Daniel Eichner

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