After a long day of work and play, we often can’t wait for bedtime. But for some, falling asleep can be elusive and stressful. In fact, most people experience difficulty falling asleep at some point in their lives. National Sleep Awareness Week is an opportunity for us to stop and think about our sleep habits, realize how much they impact our well-being, and take a step towards improving them.
This year, National Sleep Awareness Week takes place March 2–8, 2015; which coincidently ends on the day we lose an hour of sleep to Daylight Saving Time.