February 18, 2022
You’ve just lost about 40 minutes of sleep because of Daylight Savings Time.1 And that’s on top of the sleep debt you likely have already, especially if you’re busy or have a health issue keeping you up at night.
Even though adults need between seven and nine hours of quality sleep, 35% of us fall short of that. And almost half of all Americans say they feel sleepy most days of the week.2 But consistently getting enough quality sleep is as vital for good health as exercise and a healthy diet, says Dr. Cynthia E. Collins, MDLIVE Clinical Medical Director.
Dr. Collins says you can master your sleep schedule with a few changes. Here are her four favorite ways to improve sleep: