Daylight Saving and Your Body Clock

Daylight Saving and Your Body Clock

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As of March 8th, we need to spring our clocks ahead 1 hour.  For many of us this time change wreaks havoc on our body clock!  Might we suggest that until we can stop resetting our clocks 2 times each year, try this simple technique to lessen the disruption.  About 2 weeks before the time change, start going to sleep 5-10 minutes earlier than usual.  The next morning get up 5-10 minutes earlier as well.  Continue  going to bed and getting up earlier by 5-10 minutes each day, until you are getting up at the "new" daylight saving time.  This gives your body more time to  be in sync with the updated time.   

24th Feb 2020 SarahH

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