On this coming Sunday, Daylight Saving Time (DST) will take effect at 2:00 a.m. in which time will “spring forward” one hour. Fortunately the switch in time occurs on the weekend and not during the midweek. However, many people who don’t prepare ahead of time will experience symptoms of sleep loss similar to that of jet lag.
While DST can cause a few disruptions to our lives as we begin to adjust to the time change, one of the biggest problems people have (other than reprogramming all of their clocks) is the sleep loss they experience the next day. Here we have a few tips on how to avoid losing sleep during the change.