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With the start of daylight saving time, we “lose” an hour of sleep. There is no better time to look at sleep issues affecting busy grown-ups and kids—especially young athletes whose schedules may have already been thrown off by evening games. Sleeping properly is important because the body repairs itself most efficiently during this time. We can’t control all the factors that interfere with sleep, but we can create environments and adopt habits that encourage a more restful night. Try these five tips for a more restful sleep for you and your hockey players:
Following these five tips, combined with engaging in physical activity—whether it’s a hockey game or practice for the hockey player, or a walk or gym workout for the parents—can help everyone in the household sleep soundly!