This weekend we’ll all spring forward.
Nope, I’m not talking about some new exercise phenomena or some crazy stunt for the internet but plain old Daylight Savings Time.
Yes, it’s here again and I can practically hear the groans…
Oh, yes — that’s me.
I absolutely hate Daylight Savings Time and the lack of sleep it brings, and I’m not alone.
In fact, according to CBS News, the average American will lose 40 minutes of sleep when we set our clocks forward, which can trigger problems that last far longer than just the next day or week.
Some of the proven problems experts lay at the feet of our spring forward tradition include:
- Motor skill issues
- Appetite disruption
- Car accidents
- Workplace injuries
- Heart attacks
Yep, Daylight Savings Time can do far worse than make you late for work.
That’s why we’ve put together the best tips for getting good sleep despite the time change so you can make the best of it…