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Daylight Savings Is Ending. This TCM-Inspired Sequence Will Help You Adjust to the Shorter Days With Ease

When the clocks go back an hour, there’s a good chance fatigue, fogginess, and restless energy in the evenings will set in. Here’s a flow to help your body find a new rhythm.

Try this yoga for daylight savings to help your circadian rhythm adjust.

When we “fall back” an hour to end daylight savings time, it can be tempting to think of the time change as a boon. After all, we gain an extra hour of sleep! However, it’s important to recognize that the time change can actually be really disorienting. Whether you’re a night owl or morning person, there’s a chance the end of daylight savings time may prompt you to experience symptoms such as fogginess, fatigue, restless energy in the evenings, disrupted sleep, and irritability. The good news? You can use your yoga practice to help adjust your body’s rhythm and ease the transition.

 

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