Our sleep cycle is affected by our appetite, so eating a little earlier the night before could help with getting some extra sleep before the start of Daylight Saving Time.
If you can’t get to bed early the night before Daylight Savings starts, take a nap so you’re not exhausted the next day.
Giving yourself a break from screens before bedtime isn’t new advice. Experts have been citing the effect of technology and the impact it has on sleep for years now. But its advice well-worth heeding especially as restless nights can set in before the body settles and adjusts to the time-shift.