From time to time, Reverie asks members of our Sleep Advisory Board to contribute their advice and insight on a variety of important subjects in sleep science. Our Sleep Advisory Board consists of sleep researchers from top-tier universities across the country who are at the forefront of their field. The following post comes to us from board member Dr. Benjamin Smarr, writing his best advice for dealing with the end of Daylight Saving Time and its effects on our sleep and behaviors.
I walk to work each day, and these days two things stick out to me. First, the leaves are changing color, which is beautiful. Second, it’s a little darker every morning during my walk. I love the fall, but I can’t help but be reminded that winter is impending. I love winter less. It’s dark more often than not, it’s colder, and even after my super-focused, class-free academic summer research, I find the waning
By Dr. Benjamin Smarr, PhD
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