She added: “There has been some research linking the clocks going forward with miscarriages for IVF patients.”

Dr Peacock shared tips on how to avoid sleep disruption after the clocks change.

“Keep a consistent sleep routine, even at weekends, to regulate your body’s internal clock and improve sleep quality,” she said.

“Keep your bedroom dark, quiet and cool for a sleep conducive environment – you might want to consider blackout curtains or earplugs to reduce distractions to sleep.

Post source: Daily Express

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