How to Keep Your Circadian Rhythm in Check
Did you know that the human body has a rhythm of about 24 hours? This is called the circadian rhythm, and it controls how we react to light. Have you ever had trouble sleeping on a work night because your circadian rhythm was out of sync? It’s not just uncomfortable; it can also lead to health issues like obesity and diabetes. Experts will share some tips for keeping your circadian rhythms in check and sleep gummy helps a lot!
Tips for Maintaining Your Circadian Rhythm: – Try to keep a regular sleep schedule. Go to bed and wake up at the same time, even on weekends! This will help your body get used to sleeping and waking up around the same times every day. – Make sure you’re getting enough sunlight during the day so you can establish an internal clock that tracks with what’s going on outside. Get out of work before sunset if possible; this will give your eyes time to adjust gradually from light to dark as night falls. – If it’s bright outside when you go home from work or school, use sunglasses until there is darkness in your environment (around 30 minutes). Also, watch TV only under dim lights; never view screens in the dark. – If necessary, use artificial lighting to help you sleep and wake up at the right time after a shift or school break. Try using lamps for this!
– Get plenty of exercise during the day so your body knows when it’s supposed to rest and recover from physical activity. Exercise early in the morning if possible; otherwise wait until just before sunset since sunlight helps promote alertness as well as relaxation around that time.