Remember it’s Spring forward to Daylight Saving Time
Most of the United States will change to Daylight Saving Time on Sunday March 8, 2020.
So you will either be going to bed an hour later than usual, or awakening an hour earlier.
Either way, your body will tell the difference until your sleep cycle adjusts; I know mine always does. WebMD offers these tips to make the change easier.
And if you have persistent problems with sleep, consider the tips in this post.
We will welcome the first day of Spring, March 20, in the northern hemisphere, with the occurrence of the vernal equinox. The amount of daylight we enjoy will continue increasing until the summer solstice, the day with the most hours of sunlight.
This link to The Weather Channel explains what the vernal equinox means.
At this link, I tell you how to stay safe and well this spring and summer.
exploring the HEART of health through spring and summer
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