Daylight Savings Time Losing An Hour Of Sleep Is Bad For Your Health
Daylight saving time in Canada will begin at 3:00 a.m. when you move your clocks forward, so we lose an hour of sleep. (1.59 a.m. leaps to 3 a.m.) Daylight saving time can change your internal circadian rhythm. This hour doesn’t seem like a lot of sleep loss but it makes a significant difference – sleep deprivation can have many effects on your body’s health:
- Coordination suffers
- Poorer concentration
- Alertness suffers
- Less productive
- REM sleep
- Circadian Rhythm
- Heart trouble
- More susceptible to getting colds and flu
- Appetite schedule becomes out of sync.
Research on sleep has noted that we need 7 to 9 hours of sleep. You can feel the effects of just this one hour loss. Daylight Savings messes with your sleep regimen and has many significant health implications.
How can we get ready for Daylight Savings?
Massage can help you cope and adjust back to your body’s natural clock and help you get the rest that you need. Prepare to lose an hour of sleep by giving yourself a m to help you gradually adjust to the time change. With more sleep we get better health.
Massage helps your body directly by producing and boosting serotonin which is a natural way to produce and release the melatonin hormone which helps prepare us for sleep that directly influences the sleep stage of our circadian rhythm.
Massage can directly influence the process of our body’s sleep. Whether you are dealing with insomnia, sleep deprivation or daylight savings.
Massage can help you reduce fatigue, relaxes your body to help improve sleep.
Massage is a holistic health method that can assist with sleep disorders and provide a solution to help reset and regulate your circadian cycles to prepare and improve the quality of sleep and increase serotonin in the body.