Light at the morning
Mike Smith last edited by
What is the best light policy at the morning?
As I understand, if I want to advance my circadian schedule, I need to expose myself to a bright light right after waking up.
But what if I want my schedule to be as it is now?
For example, if I go to sleep three hours after I dim the lights ("sunset", "6 PM") at "9 PM". I sleep for 7 hours and wake up at "4 AM". Should I just use evening lights until it will be "sunrise", "6 AM"?
If you have proof links for your answers, please, give them to me.
lorna last edited by
Giving advice like this is a little beyond our abilities, but I can happily direct you to a vey useful resource at http://re-timer.com/the-product/sleep-calculator/ - also go for their ebook, it is full of science backed advice for exactly what you're asking about.