Daylight Savings Time Brings Sleep Issues to Light
TAMPA, Fla. – March 4, 2015 – Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 8, and while it will give us light longer into the night, it takes away an hour of sleep and disrupts the body's internal clock. Research shows that people get an average of 40 minutes less sleep after turning their clocks forward in spring. This can result in increased work place injuries, heart attacks and cluster headaches. Luckily, there are ways to combat the effects of daylight saving time. ... READ MORE.