Thursday, April 28, 2016

How To Get Your Body Used To A New Schedule

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There are many reasons why you could end up having to switch to a new schedule – ranging from a new job to a new lifestyle to new responsibilities – but regardless of the reason why you are having to switch to a new schedule, it will still be important that you are able to switch to this schedule in a healthy and proper manner! While the switch from one schedule to another will be slightly different from one person to another, there are still a few specific things you can (and should!) do in order to make the transition go smoothly for you.

First of all, you need to make sure you have a definite direction for the new schedule you will be one; this means that you cannot simply decide a general time around which you want to go to sleep and wake up, but that you instead need to have some specifics set in place as far as how long it will take you to get ready for your day and how long it will take you to fall asleep, and how much sleep you think you will need!

The second thing you will need to do - once the specifics of this new schedule are in place - is that you will need to make sure you actually wake up at the time you have designated; this can be one of the toughest parts when you are switching to a new schedule, but it is also vital, as your new schedule will not work if you are not consistently waking up at the same time each morning.

And of course, listening to your body will be the third and final step to getting on a new schedule; once you have gotten your body used to waking up at a specific, designated time, you will be able to listen to your body to know exactly when you should go to sleep.

If you simply follow these tips and suggestions, you will have a much smoother transition to a new schedule, as you will be able to quickly acclimate and adjust without forcing yourself through a long transition period!

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