Get enough sleep: Time changes can disrupt your sleep patterns, so make sure to prioritize and maintain a consistent sleep schedule. Aim for seven to eight hours of quality sleep to ensure you are well-rested and ready to adapt to the time change.

Gradual adjustment: If possible, gradually adjust your sleep and waking times leading up to the time change. Shifting your schedule by 15 minutes each day can help your body adjust more smoothly.
Exposure to natural light: Natural light exposure can help regulate your body’s internal clock. Spend time outdoors during daylight hours after the time change to signal to your body that it is time to be awake.

Stay hydrated and practice self-care: Proper hydration and self-care practices like exercise, healthy eating, and stress management can help your body cope with the effects of the time change.