The schedule of most obligations - work, school, kids, etc. - is not conducive towards those who enjoy sleeping in. Therefore, you may be motivated to turn yourself into a morning bird. You may have also heard that it's impossible to flip your chronotype, you are what you are. This may not be entirely true. Although your body has specific times that it likes to got to sleep and wake up, there are adjustments that you can make to help your body get accustomed to an earlier time. Continue reading to learn tips for how to turn yourself into a morning bird.
A popular method for losing weight is called intermittent fasting. This is known as time restricted eating and has proved to be a very effective method for weight loss. It involves limiting your eating between certain hours that way your body goes into a state of fasting. Intermittent fasting is fantastic for blood sugar control and burning fat.
But did you also know that intermittent fasting has benefits for sleeping? if you are thinking about intermittent fasting or have done it before and it's important to understand or have a better idea of all the benefits that can come with it. Continue reading to find out how intermittent fasting can positively impact your sleep health.
One of the main reasons that you may have trouble getting a good night's rest is because you are not sleeping according to your chronotype. Your chronotype is your body's natural schedule for sleep and productivity. Many traditional schedules do not accommodate all chronotypes, so it can be very difficult to adhere to a schedule that best fits yours. But once you figure out what yours is then you can at least begin to create a sleep schedule that works best for you.
Trying to sleep outside of your chronotype can decrease sleep quality and quantity because your body is not ready to go to sleep or to wake up. This can cause a lot of issues with falling asleep and staying asleep. Here's more information on how to find your chronotype and get great rest.