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I Tried Clean Sleeping for Two Weeks and It Changed My Life

Best Life Logo By Diana Bruk of Best Life | Slide 3 of 6: Like most people who work full-time, I generally go to bed at a reasonable hour during the week in order to wake up at 7 am every day, but party hard into the night and sleep until the late afternoon during the weekend. My little clean sleeping experiment taught me that the rumors are true: messing with your bedtime interrupts our body clock’s ability to regulate healthy sleep patterns. By going to bed between 10 pm and midnight every night, I was able to consistently wake up between 7 and 9 am every morning without issue. By the second week, I didn’t even need an alarm clock! It was almost like my brain was gently rousing my body at the time at which it was accustomed to waking up.

2. Falling Asleep At the Same Time Every Night Is Key

Like most people who work full-time, I generally go to bed at a reasonable hour during the week in order to wake up at 7 am every day, but party hard into the night and sleep until the late afternoon during the weekend. My little clean sleeping experiment taught me that the rumors are true: messing with your bedtime interrupts our body clock’s ability to regulate healthy sleep patterns. By going to bed between 10 pm and midnight every night, I was able to consistently wake up between 7 and 9 am every morning without issue. By the second week, I didn’t even need an alarm clock! It was almost like my brain was gently rousing my body at the time at which it was accustomed to waking up.

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