Staying at home and having a total different routine than usual can change your sleep pattern as your natural “clock” is impacted. But there are a few things you can do to get your rhythm back:
Get into a new routine. Start by focusing on your sleep-wake cycle, go to bed when you feel tired and try to wake up without an alarm. Though everyone is different, you should aim for 7-9 hours a night.
Set your alarm If you don’t wake up by yourself, try setting an alarm and getting out of bed. Try and get up around the time you normally do. Go guurrl!!
Avoid long napping. If you’re feeling tired, a short, less than 20 minute, nap can make you feel better but try to avoid longer naps. This will impact your sleep at night.
Go outside Being in both natural light and dark keeps our natural rhythm in balance.
Change your bedtime routine Reduce your screen time at least one hour before you go to bed. Now is the time to meditate or read. This will let you relax and release hormones that will help you sleep
Stick to a routine If you keep up a routine during the day, you will soon feel tired again when it’s time for bed
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