PRLog - March 14, 2014 - Spring time brings the promise of fresh blooming flowers, lazy sunny days, and a general optimistic outlook. Spring also brings Daylight Savings Time for most of the US. Springing our clocks forward an hour give extra time outside in the temperate spring evenings. Losing an hour does not need to upset our deliciate systems. By following these few steps, we can have the smoothest Daylight Savings Time transition possible. A few tips include: 1) As tempting as it may be to take advantage of the extra daylight hour, move from an established schedule slowly, 2) ensure medications are taken at the same time and always consult your medical provider for details, 3) regular exercise such as a brisk evening walk helps keep your system running smoothly.
Lili Hudson EFT Expert , Hypnotist
Website guru and mom, Sherry Bowers of Connected Spirit, says that it is especially important to feed children a well-balanced diet through this time. Since it is so difficult to get children togo to bed earlier, be sure to build in a little more quiet time to ease the transition.
As Day Light Savings Time nears, taking these few simple steps ensures a flawless transition when the clocks jump ahead and we lose an hour of time.
About Lili Hudson: Known for getting results, Lili Hudson, EFT Expert , Hypnotist, and Personal Cheerleader offers a refreshing solution to today’s problems. With a background in science and a passion for serving, Lili Hudson searched for solutions to tackle the challenges of weight, sadness, anxiousness, frustration, and anger. During her search, Lili discovered the success experienced when EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and self-hypnosis are combined. Drawing on her experience, Lili has developed several transformative programs including “Be A Better Student” and the breakthrough “Slender, Strong and Fit.” In this signature program, Lili helps clients unhook from food issues, eating less food and enjoying more, dropping the pounds and the struggle without pills, injections or scary, risky surgery. By getting clear on the problem, Lili shows clients how to resolve it and dissolve it quickly. Lili reminds clients: Life Happens…Tap. A volunteer practitioner with The Vets Stress Project, Lili is a resident of the Nashville area. An avid hiker, Lili has been married for 28 years and has 2 adult children. She considers herself a lifelong student, fascinated with helping people tick better. She and her husband are passionate boaters and enjoy turning off the static of life every chance they get. Lili can be reached through www.LiliHudson.com, and emailed at Lili@LiliHudson.com