3 Tips For Surviving Daylight Saving Time
Sleep, skincare, and wellness advice plus good habits to keep you safe and adjusted
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
March 8, 2019
Spring weather can’t come soon enough, but with daylight saving time approaching it can also be a bit challenging to adjust. Here are some tips to easily make the change.
Adjust Your Sleep Schedule
Losing that one hour can significantly impact your sleep schedule. In fact it can take as long as a week to recover. Natrol Melatonin, the #1 melatonin brand in America, can address the disruption by helping you fall asleep even when your body is not necessarily ready for it.
Find it in fast dissolve or gummy form, both 100% drug-free and non-habit forming to help you fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer and wake up feeling refreshed. Pick it up at retailers nationwide and get more info at natrol.com.
Transition Your Skincare Routine
It’s important to consider our skincare routines as we transition from winter to spring, especially during time change, even more so for the 50 million Americans that suffer from acne. Gentle cleansing, staying hydrated and a proper routine is important and Differin Gel is a great option for acne sufferers because it’s powered by the first and only prescription strength retinoid, adapalene, that you can get in stores like Walgreens, without a prescription.
Visit differin.com for more info.
Change Your Batteries
Now is the time to not only change your clocks, but the batteries in your smoke detectors as well. Duracell is on a mission to remind you to do just that to ensure that your home and your family are protected. Most people don’t realize that 2/3rds of all fire deaths occur in homes where smoke alarms either aren’t present or aren’t working.
So, while fires can’t always be prevented it’s important to make sure to get into the habit of changing the batteries in your smoke detectors twice a year, when you change your clocks. Grab a pack this week at retailers everywhere.