Yawn. Daylight Saving Time got you down? Here’s how to copePublished: Mar 13, 2017
Today has to be everyone’s least favorite Monday morning.
As you suffer through the first workday after losing an hour to Daylight Saving Time, we have these less-than-uplifting thoughts to offer:
- The collective national effect of losing all that sleep may actually be bad for our health. Studies have shown slight increases in heart attacks, strokes, and workplace injuries. “It throws a wrench into our circadian process,” sleep researcher Christopher Barnes told CNN as he explained why he’d like to eliminate Daylight Saving Time.
- If you’re a night owl, it may be even harder to adjust. So if you’re late to work Monday, it’s not your fault – it’s in your genes.
Instead, we have tips to help you adjust.