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Making Your Daily Schedule Based on Your Age

From the Show: HER
Summary: Why hasn't society caught up with age-specific schedules?
Air Date: 10/15/15
Duration: 10
Host: Michelle King Robson and Pam Peeke, MD
Guest Bio: Ingrid Prueher, Pediatric/Adult Sleep & Nutrition Consultant
Ingrid PrueherIngrid Y. Prueher is The Baby Sleep Whisperer™ — a bilingual, Certified Family Sleep Institute (FSI) Pediatric Sleep Consultant, Lactation Counselor and the founder of http://www.BabySleepWhisperer.com. She specializes in teaching sleepless moms and dads the fundamentals of sleep, so their children can become amazing sleepers.

A seasoned parenting consultant, Ingrid combines her experience and knowledge of nutrition and sleep to help English and Spanish-speaking parents across the country who struggle to get their child on a consistent sleep schedule. Ingrid also runs her own radio show Baby Sleep 911, Help! via Blog Talk Radio weekly. She is also part of the FSI Certification Team and the FSI's Graduate Business Coach and Mentor.
Making Your Daily Schedule Based on Your Age
The time you go to bed, what time you rise in the morning, what time you start work, when you work out, and the other daily habits you have throughout your day can either be beneficial or make you unhealthy.

In fact, experts say that if you're in your 30s, you should be getting up at 8 a.m., in your 40s at 7:30 a.m. and in your 50s, 7 a.m. Experts also suggest that depending on your age, you should be starting work approximately two-and-a-half hours after you wake up, due to sleep inertia.

However, in today's society, it seems like following a strict schedule like this is nearly impossible.

Listen in as Pediatric and Adult Sleep and Nutrition Consultant, Ingrid Prueher, shares why making a schedule based on your age can benefit your health.

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