Just as I am with everything in life, I was still a little skeptical. Could this 100% drug-free, non-habit forming, #1 melatonin brand in America actually have helped me get a good night sleep? Night two I did the same thing. I found my purple bottle and popped the dissolving tablet twenty minutes before bed and I kid you not I beat my husband to bed for the second night in a row. It was so noticeable for him too that when I woke from a well-rested night of sleep and chatted with him on the phone he decided that he was going to start trying Natrol every night too.
I will definitely continue to use Natrol Melatonin nightly and am excited to regain my sleep and start to make the early morning my productive hours. If you want to break your night owl, restless mind tendencies like me, I’d definitely give Natrol’s Melatonin a try. Just look for the purple bottle! You can find Natrol Melatonin online and locally at stores like Walgreens, Costco, Sprouts, and other natural food stores.
Here are some other survival tips for getting through the week after Daylight Savings:
1. Pack lunches the night before. Avoid the last minute hustle and bustle by packing lunches so they are quick to grab in the morning. I even got motivated to start making my husband’s lunch again making his early morning easier and saving us money so he’s not always eating out. Double win!
2. Have laundry done and outfits planned. I am looking at myself for this one. Definitely my weak spot on this list. Something so easy, like planning what you and your kids are wearing the night before, can save SO MUCH TIME in the morning.
3. Have Homework done before dinner. Homework before dinner will free up more time for bedtime routines and allow everyone in the family to be able to get to bed earlier!
4. Set bedtimes earlier to help the transition. If your kids are old enough to discuss Daylight Savings let them know about the time change and the importance of getting enough sleep. My daughters and I discussed that even though it is getting lighter that doesn’t mean bedtime changes and discussed the importance of sleep this week and every week.