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Tips for recovering from the summer sleep schedule


In a recent article on Huffington Post’s Healthy Living, Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and Author of “Master Your Sleep,” Tracey Marks, shared advice on how to adjust from summer schedules.

After taking the summer to kick-back and relax, returning to the every-day-grind can be a difficult adjustment. Here are Marks’ three suggestions for catching more sleep during the transition to fall:

  1. Dim the lights before bed to help adjust your circadian rhythm’s sensitivity to light.
  2. Look into a low-dose melatonin supplement.
  3. Expose yourself to bright lights early in the morning to help shift your body clock forward.

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