How do you fix your body clock?

R Gia Q.
I developed a sleep routine. It includes a bubble bath, cleansing face, brush/floss/gargle, throughly moisturize, etc. // My lights are automated they gradual dim over an hour. // I crack the window to cool off my room. // I play soundscapes or Sleep Away by Bob Acri. // I put a heat pad under my sheets before I bathe. // I take my meds and drink water .

Randall Z.
I fix try to fix by improving on my sleep. I do this by doing my night to make me relaxed for the night, go to bed early to have 8 hours fo sleep and make sure to setup a alarm for the perfect time that I am tested and energised for the Day. I also try to do productive and active thing in the morning and through the day so that youebody can be more relaxed at night. If you can get your regular 7-9 hours of sleep everyday, your will get used to it and will fix your body clock.

Sienna E.
I would say going to bed with a good routine at the same time everyday, even on weekends is crucial, go to bed early and do some things to make sure your sleep is highest quality, and make sure to wake up everyday at the same time and do good things for your body, less caffeine and alcohol, take care of yourself!

Dennis X.
I uncovered the window of my room and usually waking up early with light of sun, and in evening turning off big lights and make my room darker to help my brain to control the amount of melatonin in the body.

Stephanie W.
When the time changes… I fix my body clock by being gentle with myself. The day if I do nothing. I don’t make myself sleep at certain times. I just slowly allow myself to adjust on my own time.

Joe Ann T.
Personally? I take a medication that is similar to niquil (or any sleep medication that is used when you have a cold or flu) but has no cold or flu medication part. There’s also melatonin tablets that help, and I know that for certain types of sleep issues that you can speak to your doctor and with their determination, you may end up having a prescription for CBD

Pelk N.
I started going to work and everything just went along. If I get up early in the morning I just don’t have the energy to stay up very late

Senami N.
I try my possible best to always fit into the time schedule even though I don’t have the app open or busy days while thinking happy thoughts 🥰

Nour N.
Well it is a little bit hard but you can do it 💪🏻 you 'll sleep in your usual time then wake up early the next morning even if you had slept just 3 or 4 hours, that day you 'll be very tired and have no energy to do anything except sleeping 😅
but you 'll force yourself to stay awake until it comes 8 pm
Go to sleep at this time and then you will wake up very early next morning
You have to maintain this habit for 3 days at least and after that your clock body will work perfectly and you will wake up early every day at the same time immediately 💙

Erin O.
Suffer the alarm clock with the snooze. The second you press snooze you are teaching your body to not wake at the time you’re trying to. It doesn’t matter exactly what you do but you should just get out of bed with the first alarm. Do something you don’t normally do in the morning to really solidify that this new thing is a new routine. Keeping the same routine but changing your timeframe will just work against you. So add one new thing when you wake up and it’ll be easier to fix you’re internal clock

Sofia N.
If I’m sick 🤒 I don’t do as a usually do, but I’m gonna try my best to be healthy and productive, I’m gonna try to eat my medicine and get better ❤️‍🩹!

C Me E.
Shift your bedtime to its regular time slowly, perhaps 15 or 30 minutes a day. By now you should already have your excercise habit and morning routine, but if not that will actually be another way to help your body be more awake in the morning and more tired at night.

Hans J Rgen O.
You start going to bed early, wake upearly, start waking up and going to bed at the same times, take care of yourself and rest.

Cassandra Y.
I try to set a timer early in the morning and have my alarm be really loud so I have to get up. This way I’m forced to start my day early so that by the time it’s time for bed, I’m tired because of how long I was awake. Doing this repeatedly should fix your body clock

Алексей Тюрин N.
Just trying to get more tired and wait for a night to unfold as long as I can. And of course using melatonin is a good tool:)

Hanni A.
Honestly I am working on this also. Start with a sleep plan, and try getting rid of distraction… My biggest problem is saying no, and meaning it.

W N.
I think for a few minutes when I want to wake up, and then I wake up then, try it, it might only work for me but I hope it works for you

Apolin Rio Q.
I believe that you are supposed to eat well throughout the day and work out a little bit. Go to sleep at the desired time. Even if you don’t fall asleep right away. And wake up at the time you want no matter how much or little sleep you get. After a few days your body starts falling asleep faster to make up for missing sleep time. Also try not to do things on your bed other than sleep so your mind only associates the bed with sleep and not work.

Barbora Q.
Just set an alarm for a time when you want to go to sleep and when you want to get up. Try to sleep like that every day and even if you cant Fall asleep go to bed, after some time your body will get used to it

Kelly K.
You could fix it by sleeping 5~10 minutes earlier than you would usually do for a week and repeat. Until you get the point in time that you would like to rest at, then you wouldn't need to continue it.

Nasirudeen N.
Meditation hit different to us all
It’s depends on how we connect to our inner self, or react or how well we do it,
So I believe meditation can be anything depend on individual…

Janna Z.
I mostly add a ten to twenty minutes earlier than the time i sleep last night and repeating it until i get to my desired time to sleep

Nguy N D.
I have been eating green food for a week now and my body is getting lighter. Green vegetables make up 2/3 of the meal menu. I go for an afternoon walk in the woods and enjoy the view, petting with dogs, cats, and cattle. I like living in the forest because it makes me calmer. Sometimes I meet a few people and talk to them, we talk about each other's different lives. People say my life is boring but I don't think so. I feel happier when I get to do what I really want.

Olive N.
My main advice is TAKE IT SLOW I can’t stress enough how much this means because if you are rushing it, then it will most likely fail. The whole point of this app is so you can take it slow piece by piece start going to bed 15 minutes earlier and setting an alarm for 15 minutes later in the morning then if you’re feeling more confident after that try half an hour earlier and do the same with your alarm clock but with your new time, and so on.

Mattie J.
If by body clock you mean the time you naturally go to sleep and wake up every day, I would recommend not being suscept to any blue light at least 30 minutes before you go to sleep, opening a window or getting some natural light in a soon as you wake up, setting a time you want to wake up and going backwards from that in one and a half hours sections to allow yourself to wake up at the point when you are sleeping the lightest. Something I would also recommend is experimenting with hoe much sleep you need each night without a form of alarm clock if possible and seeing which feels the best. One more thing I think could be good is not snoozing or going back to sleep after you have woken up, if thats the time you are set to wake up at, as this can also damage your body clock.

Paul N.
My answer might be strange but, it happened for me out of circumstance, i got a dog and I lived alone so I always got up early every morning to let him out to pee, it didn't take look before I was waking up at the same time everyday, no matter where was at, on the flipside I my sleeping time has consistently been a mess for a long time, and I wouldn't know to fix it since falling asleep is really hard for me

Claudia P.
You can maintain a sleep schedule, helping your body get used to a certain bed time and causing you to feel better every morning having more energy to start your day.

Rainforest N.
I dim my lights (I have LEDs so I turn them to dark orange) to trick my brain into feeling sleepier. I also have a routine-wash face, exercise, journal

Ana Z.
According to Google, the easiest way to alter the circadian clock, scientists know, is by exposing someone to light during their normal sleeping hours. This more quickly shifts the body's clock than exposure to darkness during the waking hours.
Anyway, but what I like to do, is to set or fix my body clock by repeating to myself
the hour when I want to wake up and the hour when
I want to go to bed multiple
times. I hope this will help.

Emily G.
I sing to myself when I’m trying to fall asleep. It is slightly embarrassing but it tells myself that I should be falling asleep. I also like to drink plenty of water so that I can reset.

Alejandro W.
Loads of basic things really – doing the laundry, staying hydrated, eating a sizable meal, talking to a dear friend, fetching the Mail, etc.

Lucas E.
Start by sleeping timely and waking up timely then fix the timing of your meals, the more you do stuff on time, the better.

Meszes E.
I think it's just about persistency.
You go to sleep at the same time every day, but basically, you can either try half an hour every day, but when I make it really bad, I tend to either not sleep at all or wake up early even if that means 3 hours of sleep.
Then I can sleep early that night and it's almost fixed. Just gotta keep that bedtime and it gets more natural every single day.
After like 3 days of sleeping at the same time it usually gets quite easy

Marten Y.
Honestly, the best that I can say with regards to this is just to be consistent. Falling asleep and waking up at (roughly) the same times every day will give your body something to anchor itself on, if that makes sense. Of course, not everyone is the same and that definitely means that different people's sleeping needs are… different. Learning what your body needs and consistently accomodating that will likely make sleeping less of an ordeal.