With Sunday’s time change, this week’s focus has been adapting to a new schedule. To be fair, I am taking this opportunity to alter my sleep/wake norms by two hours, not just one. I expect that my schedule will need a modification in the May/June timeframe, and instead of going through this exercise again, I am reworking everything now. Imagine my surprise when I discovered this is Sleep Awareness Week.
The National Sleep Foundation, whose purpose is to “reemphasize the important connection between your sleep and your health,” sponsors the event. They conduct an annual “Sleep in America Poll,” and 2022 survey results are on their website. They state:
“We share valuable information on how people have been sleeping the past year while offering research-based advice on the benefits of quality sleep and how it affects health and well-being.”
Additionally, I’ve been binge-watching the…
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