Three ways to get used to daylight savings time


1. Get some extra rest

Getting some extra hours of sleep can really help you and your body adjust to the time change. Turning your clocks forward an hour may make you feel tired and sluggish for a few days or even weeks because your body is getting used to a new schedule. However, sleep can definitely help you feel better with the time change and recharge.

2. Try stick to a routine

Sticking to a routine can be a great way to cope with the time change! It may feel strange that it is so dark out in the morning now and lighter at the end of the day. The first few weeks after the time change may also be a little challenging because your body will be used to eating your regular meals an hour later, but trying to establish and stick to a regular routine can definitely help you stay on track and get used to daylight savings time faster. 

3. Make sure to exercise

This one is very important, and I also find it can really help to take your mind off things. Exercising regularly can also help ensure you are truly tired as well as ready to sleep and adjust to your new sleep schedule at the end of a long day. It can also help you stick to a routine by breaking up your day into certain sections, and getting some fresh air by walking, running or riding your bicycle can definitely help you adjust to daylight savings time. Good luck!