By Liz McMillan
With the weather turning a little cooler, this time of year is perfect for getting outside, breathing in the cooler air, enjoying the beauty of the changing leaves and the sounds of nature. It is also a great opportunity to top up your vitamin D levels before winter with a bit of sunshine.
Also, with the end of daylight savings and as the days get shorter, this can throw off your natural circadian rhythm, or sleep cycle. So, it’s good to try to maintain a sleep schedule of at least seven hours and to keep your normal bedtime and waking hours the same as the rest of the year.