Are you getting enough sleep?
Today is Napping Day, an unofficial holiday created in 1999 by now-retired Boston University professor William Anthony and his wife, Camille, to help people adjust to Daylight Savings Time.
How much do you need?
You need plenty of undisturbed sleep to rebuild your body/biology, refresh your mind, quiet your chaotic thoughts and emotional roller coaster from the day, and re-energize.
Newborns: 12 -18 hours
Infants (3 – 11 months): 14-15 hours
Toddlers ( 1-3 years): 12-14 hours
Preschoolers (3-5 years): 11-13 hours
School age (5-10 years): 10-11 hours
Tweens and teens (10-17 years): 8.5 – 9.25 hours
Adults: 7-9 hours
NAPPING DAY – Nice article here to remind yourself to get your zzz’s!
WHITE NOISE – Use white noise to help you sleep soundly. I have for over 30 years.
Here’s a great example: Pure White Noise