The Best Sleep Tips For Parents We’ve Heard In 2020
Parenting duties can throw normal sleep schedules out the window, which, in turn, can send your body’s internal clock out of whack.
To keep your circadian rhythm as regulated as possible, Tilda Timmers, a therapist specializing in postpartum depression, has some advice: “During the day it’s essential to get as much daylight as possible. It helps your body clock reset, and the sunlight will recharge you a bit,” she shared with mbg.
Come nighttime, she recommends switching your phone to night mode, avoiding tech as much as possible, and dimming the lights in your living space to stimulate melatonin production so you fall asleep faster.