Women's Running

Simple All-Day Habits for a Better Night’s Sleep

Stick to a sleep schedule.

Yup, that includes Saturday morning. “People should maintain a consistent wake time to help stabilize their circadian clock,” says Atwood. It’s so important that you can now set up your sleep schedule in Apple Health and lock in your alarm in the Clock app.

Rise and shine—literally.

“Get exposure to natural light first thing in the morning,” says Atwood. A study published found that workers who sought out light first thing slept better at night. And they reportedly felt less stressed and depressed than those who (literally) didn’t see the light.

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