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Embracing British Summer Time: Adjusting for Better Rest

Spring arrives, bringing longer days and brighter evenings. But our sleep patterns can be affected by the changing clocks. With a few adjustments, you can ensure a smooth transition and enjoy restful nights despite the time change.

1. Embracing the Light

  • Embrace natural light: During the day, let the sunshine in to help regulate your body's internal clock.
  • Adjust your sleep environment: Invest in blackout curtains or an eye mask to block out early morning light and create a conducive sleep environment.

2. Combats Allergies

  • Keep allergens at bay: Regularly clean your bedding and vacuum your bedroom to minimise exposure to pollen and dust.
  • Consider allergy medication: Consult your healthcare provider about over-the-counter or prescription allergy medications to manage symptoms that may disrupt your sleep.

3. Managing Temperature Changes

  • Optimise your sleep environment by using breathable bedding (linen and cotton are preferred), adjusting your thermostat, or using a fan to maintain a comfortable sleeping temperature.
  • Dress for success: choose lightweight, breathable sleepwear to prevent overheating during warmer spring nights.

4. Establishing a Relaxing Bedtime Routine

  • Unplug before bed: limit screen time before bedtime to reduce exposure to blue light, which can interfere with melatonin production.
  • Wind down with relaxation techniques: Practise calming activities such as reading, meditation, or gentle stretching to signal your body that it's time to sleep.
  • Enjoy your anatomē formulations, applying them regularly to harness their soothing benefits.

By incorporating these simple strategies into your routine and applying your anatomē sleep formulations to them, you can navigate the changes brought by British Summer Time and enjoy restful nights throughout the season.

Written by:
Gabriel Weil

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