The three ways the full moon today could affect your sleep
If you’re a morning person, you may have seen the start of the Beaver Moon eclipse this morning.
However, experts have warned that the lunar eclipse of the Beaver ‘blood’ Moon will make you feel uneasy.
The November full moon is known as the Beaver Moon by Native Americans.
This is because November is when nature’s architects, the Beavers, begin to retreat into their lodges in preparation for the colder weather.
Beaver hunters would set up traps during this full moon in the hopes of harvesting a good crop of fur.
It began at 7.18 a.m. this morning and will last approximately six hours.
With the moon’s unlit side facing the earth, the Beaver Moon means there is less night.
This may cause you to lose track of how much and how often you sleep, causing you to feel out of sorts.
A full moon has been known to reduce sleep time, impact the hours of deep sleep in a sleep cycle, and increase the time it takes to fall asleep, according to Dr Elisabeth Philipps, nutrition and CBD expert from fourfive.
Adults need between six and nine hours of sleep per night, according to the NHS, but according to one expert, there are three main ways the Beaver Moon could indicate you’re not getting enough.
According to experts, the full moon’s apogee can make us nervous, and Brits felt it first thing this morning, which means you’re likely to have a restless night’s sleep tonight.
According to astrologer Inbaal Honigman, the moon has a stronger connection to Earth than many people believe, and it is because of this connection that we will feel unsettled.
The first way the Beaver Moon may affect your sleep is that it may take you five minutes longer to fall asleep, according to Inbaal of MattressNextDay.
Scientists in Switzerland discovered that people take five minutes longer to fall asleep on full moon nights.
“The moon controls the tides, pulling water towards the shore and releasing it again,” Inbaal explained.
“Water makes up 70% of the average person’s body.
Imagine the effect the moon has on our bodies when we’re trying to relax if it can move entire oceans.”
The second way it can affect your sleep, according to Inbaal, is that you can lose up to 20 minutes of sleep.
The average person sleeps for 20 minutes less on the night of a full moon, according to the same Switzerland sleep study.
Furthermore, during the days leading up to the…
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