Change is in the air. Cooler temperatures, less daylight and the end of daylight savings all have an effect on our internal "clocks," and the older we get the more difficult change can be on our minds and bodies. Feeling good year round, especially during the turn of seasons, is possible as long as we make the right adjustments at the right time. So this year, when you turn back the clock and are granted that glorious extra hour of sleep, fine tune a few other habits (namely your diet and activity levels) and you will find yourself feeling better than ever, and perhaps feeling a little younger too.
Sleep deprivation has been linked to many serious health conditions. Before trying to change your sleep habits, find out what they are. There are a number of smartphone apps that can track your sleep habits and can shine the light on how many hours of deep sleep you are, or are not getting. Once armed with this awareness you can then make a few small changes that can add up toRead More »from Turn Back the Clocks and Fall Back into Healthy Habits!