3.12.2013

Tipsy Tuesday (#206)

Missing the hour that they stole from us on Sunday?

Tip #206

Lighten up.

The right combination of light and dark can help your body's circadian rhythm readjust so you can fall asleep on your new schedule and sleep more soundly. In the morning, open the shades and brighten the lights. Try to spend time outside during the day, if possible. Dim the lights in the evening, so that your body understands that it’s time to wind down. 

**Alright now, I'm talking tips, head over to see what Impulsive and Shawn are talking about on Talk to us Tuesday!**

 

6 comments:

Janette Johanson said...

Oh I love your new layout and header!! Awesome girl!! I actually love this daylight savings time change more than the one in the Fall where we gain an hour- I love having extra daylight at night! I feel like I can live after work!

Connie said...

I'm not having too hard of a time with the time change. The alarm is waking me up instead of waking on my own but that's okay.

Jill said...

The time change is kicking my butt. I woke up this morning (the first morning I've had to get up for work since the time change), and I was all confused about the darkness... I thought I'd messed up my alarm clock. Then it hit me: Time Change. Dammit!!!!

Julie Maloney said...

I was so thrown off by the time change yesterday I ended up in bed by 3 yesterday afternoon and slept until 11 this morning. I hate daylight savings time!

Emmy said...

Yes tips all said and good- waiting for them to work though :)

Julie Maloney said...

GIRL, that time change KILLED me. I get a blood transfusion every month and it just so happened to fall on Monday at 11AM. I don't function before 11 as it is and I have to wake up at 9 just to get ready for it so it was "really" 8 and I ended up so sick my husband had to come home from work early and I got in bed for 19 hours. I can't stand daylight savings time.