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How to Prepare for Daylight Saving Time This Weekend

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It’s that time of year when people get mad at the sun for messing with their sleep!

Daylight Saving Time is this weekend, which means you’ll need to set your clock ahead one hour on Saturday night/Sunday morning. It also means your sleep may get thrown out of wack. The good news is that there are ways to prepare for this weekend.

Experts suggest going to bed 15 minutes earlier than usual every night leading up to Daylight Saving. The goal is to make sleep more of a priority this coming week.

As far as after Daylight Saving, it is recommended that people get outside as much as possible to get a healthy dose of sunshine and to keep their homes extra dark to limit light from affecting sleep.

And if none of these things work? You could just take it easy on yourself-your sleep schedule will eventually work itself out again. 

Get more info HERE! *

Do you dread Daylight Saving time? Are you affected negatively when we change clocks for Daylight Saving?

 

*the site was a little confused about the difference between Fall and Spring Daylight Saving, so I hope they’ve corrected it.

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