When it comes to getting back in sync and renewing vitality, many people focus solely on bedtime and catching some more z’s. Although a good night’s rest is essential to our health and well-being, it’s important to understand that it’s not just what you do at night that affects your sleep. Dr. Frank Lipman's general sleep-friendly tips to help you reclaim your rhythm throughout the day and night.
Travel, shift work, or even a few nights up worrying can upset your sleep. They can throw off your circadian rhythm, the internal clock that controls when you sleep and wake. You don't have to take sleep problems lying down. Try these 10 tips to get your sleep cycle back in sync.
Delayed sleep phase disorder (DSPD), officially called circadian rhythm sleep disorder, delayed sleep phase type, is an inability to fall asleep at a desired, conventional clock time and awaken at a socially acceptable morning time.