- Time to change your habits: A post-DST hangover-like feeling can be all you need to realize that your sleeping habits in general need a change. Things like establishing a bedtime routine and regular bedtime and not using the snooze button can all help you get more quality sleep. Here are more expert ways to change your sleep habits for the better.
- Start preparing: Going to sleep and waking up 30 minutes earlier over the weekend and taking a nap on Sunday can both prepare you for that early morning jolt come Monday. Once you wake up over the weekend, try to get some sunlight as soon as possible for extra energy, says sleep expert Nicholas Rummo.
- Take a hot shower at night: Try taking a hot shower before bed and then getting into a cool bed. That ritual will mimic the day-to-night process, which may help guide you to sleep.
Related: How to Energize Your Mornings, No Coffee or Exercise Required
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