Don't Lose Sleep Over Daylight Saving Time

Northwestern Medicine
Health and Wellness March 08, 2013
two metal clocksOn Sunday, it will once again be time to change the clocks as Daylight Saving Time takes place at 2 a.m. central standard time. While “springing forward” means a lost hour of sleep that may cause some people to feel sluggish on Sunday and Monday, most will quickly adjust. For a significant number of Americans though, losing just one hour of sleep and having to wake up when the timing of your biological clock has not yet adjusted can affect performance and safety.
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