Time to Spring Ahead Again - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Time to Spring Ahead Again


We will turn our clocks ahead one hour this weekend to recognize Daylight Saving Time, but our bodies won't "spring ahead" without a bit of a fight.

That lost hour of time usually translates into a lost hour of sleep and experts with the American Academy of Sleep Medicine say the fatigue that results can last as long as two weeks in some people.

They say you might want to eat dinner an hour earlier Saturday, avoid evening naps, and minimize driving or operating heavy machinery Sunday and Monday to avoid feeling too tired.

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