How to understand your sleep chronotype to get a better night’s rest – CTV

May 2, 2023

Getting a good night’s rest can make all the difference in a person’s mood and health, but it can also be difficult to create a solid routine without understanding your natural sleeping patterns, explains one sleep expert.

Amanda Jewson explains understanding your sleep chronotype, which is your body’s natural sleeping patterns that make you either wake up early or want to stay up late, can help unlock the full potential of your sleeping habits.

While a person’s circadian rhythm can be trained to adjust to a new sleeping schedule, a person’s sleep chronotype is more of a foundation on which hours of the day they are more active.

“Chronotypes really dictate when we are at our best, doing our best work or, how I like to say, in our zone of genius,” Jewson told CTV’s Your Morning on Tuesday.

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