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Discover Your Chronotype Get Better Sleep

As we age, our circadian rhythm and chrono type changes, so understanding your current chronotype can help you approach your daily activities in a way that helps you to get much better sleep at night.

The four chronotypes are dolphin, lion, bear, and wolf. Each chronotype has an ideal schedule for maximum energy, productivity, sleep habits and quality of life.

Also known as the “night owl,” the Wolf Chronotype is someone who generally likes being up when most other people are asleep.

But staying up late also means means that Wolves tend to sleep late. Wolves have a hard time being productive in the morning and usually require some extra sleep or some sort of jolt, like coffee or exercise, to get up to full speed.

The Wolf Chronotype comprises about 15-20% of the population. Many people who work late-night shifts are the Wolf type, which helps them stay productive when other chronotypes are in bed and sleeping.

Dolphin Chronotypes have a tendency towards insomnia and experience difficulties in falling and staying asleep. This Chronotype is aptly named as such because dolphins only sleep with half of their brain at a time.

People who fall into this category generally find themselves restless at night and often wake up feeling groggy in the morning. One of the main culprits of Dolphins' restlessness comes from rumination, or perpetual and obsessive thinking, making it challenging to fall asleep. To make matters more difficult, Dolphins also tend to wake frequently throughout the night.

Despite difficulty waking up, the Dolphin Chronotype has the most energy around mid-morning.

Lions love to stretch their creative claws bright and early. So as the "early bird" chronotype, Lions to bed early and get up even earlier.

The Lion Chronotype excels at getting tasks done before lunch, with an enormous energy burst occurring early to mid-morning. Waking up is easy for Lions, and they don't require tons of coffee or other outside energy boosts to get going in the morning.

The Bear Chronotype has the schedule that is most aligned with the sun—meaning its sleep-wake cycle is synced with the sun's rising and setting. Bear Chronotypes will begin to get sleepy as the sun sets in the early evening, and they rise with the sun in the morning.

Following this solar cycle means that Bear Chronotypes will not generally have any problem falling asleep or waking up in the mornings. Bears typically get 8 hours of sleep and will generally sleep between 11PM and 7AM.

Getting enough sleep is very important for Bear Chronotypes. If they don’t reach their optimum 8 hours, they may feel lethargic throughout the day and struggle to accomplish what they need to do.

WOLF Chronotype

Also known as the “night owl,” the Wolf Chronotype is someone who generally likes being up when most other people are asleep.

But staying up late also means means that Wolves tend to sleep late. Wolves have a hard time being productive in the morning and usually require some extra sleep or some sort of jolt, like coffee or exercise, to get up to full speed.

The Wolf Chronotype comprises about 15-20% of the population. Many people who work late-night shifts are the Wolf type, which helps them stay productive when other chronotypes are in bed and sleeping.

DOLPHIN Chronotype

Dolphin Chronotypes have a tendency towards insomnia and experience difficulties in falling and staying asleep. This Chronotype is aptly named as such because dolphins only sleep with half of their brain at a time.

People who fall into this category generally find themselves restless at night and often wake up feeling groggy in the morning. One of the main culprits of Dolphins' restlessness comes from rumination, or perpetual and obsessive thinking, making it challenging to fall asleep. To make matters more difficult, Dolphins also tend to wake frequently throughout the night.

Despite difficulty waking up, the Dolphin Chronotype has the most energy around mid-morning.

LION Chronotype

Lions love to stretch their creative claws bright and early. So as the "early bird" chronotype, Lions to bed early and get up even earlier.

The Lion Chronotype excels at getting tasks done before lunch, with an enormous energy burst occurring early to mid-morning. Waking up is easy for Lions, and they don't require tons of coffee or other outside energy boosts to get going in the morning.

BEAR Chronotype

The Bear Chronotype has the schedule that is most aligned with the sun—meaning its sleep-wake cycle is synced with the sun's rising and setting. Bear Chronotypes will begin to get sleepy as the sun sets in the early evening, and they rise with the sun in the morning.

Following this solar cycle means that Bear Chronotypes will not generally have any problem falling asleep or waking up in the mornings. Bears typically get 8 hours of sleep and will generally sleep between 11PM and 7AM.

Getting enough sleep is very important for Bear Chronotypes. If they don’t reach their optimum 8 hours, they may feel lethargic throughout the day and struggle to accomplish what they need to do.

Improve Your Sleep With Our Sleep Kits

Our personalized sleep kits are based on your chronotype; and comes with your personalized sleep aid and a few other awesome bonuses to help you get great sleep. It's the complete set to ensure every night is a good night.

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What's in my kit?

1. Personalized Sleep Aid

We use the most effective natural ingredients to make powerful but gentle sleep aids that work fast, and won't interact with your prescription medications.

2. Sleep Journal

A Comprehensive Daily Tracking System: Set and track your sleep target, lights-out time, ways to improve your sleep and your evening routine.

3. Luxurious Sleep Mask

This luxuriously soft sleep mask blocks out unwanted light and is designed to provide plenty of room for eye movement and a super comfortable fit.

4. Sleep Improvement Plan

This downloadable sleep improvement plan will be your guide on your path to better sleep. Use the tips provided in this plan to make personalized tweaks to your daily habits.