Feeling the Drag of Daylight Saving Time?
Hit Refresh in 5 Easy Steps
Having trouble adjusting to the time change? Like jetlag, it can take at least a day or two—or even up to up to three weeks—to fully recover from a one-hour shift in your sleep schedule.
Try these tips to bounce back faster.
- Go toward the light. Stand under the brightest light possible first thing in the morning. It will help reset your body clock.
- Hit snooze. Get up 15 minutes later for a few days to make up for the lost hour of sleep.
- Not too hot, not too cold. Maintain a comfortable temperature in your bedroom. 65 to 67 is ideal
- Whoooo knew? Keep your bedroom completely dark. Did you know even a night light can disturb your sleep?
- Get smart. The Sleep Number® bed with optional SleepIQ® technology gives you the knowledge to adjust for your best sleep.
Like diet and exercise, quality sleep is essential for optimal health and performance. Because everyone’s sleep needs are different, Sleep Number® beds with SleepIQ® technology inside adjust to your ideal level of firmness, comfort and support. SleepIQ technology tracks how well you sleep each night, giving you personal insights into your sleep so you’ll learn how life affects your sleep and how sleep affects your life. Find your Sleep Number® setting for your best possible night’s sleep.