HOW TO GET THE MOST ENERGY OUT OF YOUR DAY (EVEN IF YOU DIDN’T GET ENOUGH SLEEP)

Arizona Health Spot

BY VICTORIA DAWSON HOFF

Daylight Savings is upon us once again, which not only means that we get to see the sun after 5pm—it’s also basically the benchmark that declares spring’s imminent arrival. And while November’s time shift reminded us to clock in a few more Zzzzs, we’re calling it: Hibernation is officially over. It’s time to make the most of the light (not to mention the warmth!) and take on the longer days with some enthusiasm. How? We called upon experts in sleep, nutrition, and fitness to lay out exactly what we should be doing and eating during the day to get—and stay—as naturally energized as possible. Get the lowdown below:

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ERIN TOLAND
Plus, more tips from our experts:

“Don’t worry too much about your sleep. Everyone has an occasional bad night, and the effects of a single bad night’s sleep are not serious.”—Steven H. Feinsilver, MD; Director, Center…

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