Don’t try and tell us it wasn’t tough waking up Monday, after having to set our clocks forward one hour early Sunday morning, when Daylight Saving Time started up again.
Good thing it’s National Napping Day. William Anthony, Ph.D., a Boston University Professor and his wife, Camille Anthony, created National Napping Day in 1999 to bring attention to how important sleep is to our overall physical and emotional well-being, according to the National Day Calendar, which lists this as well as other unauthorized “holidays.”
It couldn’t have come at a better time, says Dr. Param Dedhia, director of sleep medicine at Canyon Ranch in Tucson. He’s in South Florida for the similarly well timed World Sleep Day, on Friday, when he’ll speak at the Robb Report Health + Wellness conference at the 1 Hotel South Beach (tickets here).
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