The debate goes back and forth- Should we get rid of Daylight Saving Time, or do we keep it? Well, it is here to stay, and you cant do anything about it. There are certain states within the United States that do not have Daylight Savings. If you are in a state that has Daylight Savings, there are some tips and suggestions that you can try the next time Daylight Savings comes around. If Daylight Savings means that you will be loosing an hour of sleep, you better plan for it now, and go to bed early. If you go to bed early, and get your rest, you won’t be groggy in the morning. Read this article to see what things you can do to keep that precious thing called “sleep”.
- 1Most sleep experts recommend a minimum of 7 hours of sleep a night.
- 2Many people sleep an average of 40 minutes less Sunday night, March 10 after Daylight Saving Time returns.
- 3Plan ahead to avoid being sleepy. Sleep in Sunday morning and nap Sunday afternoon.
Most sleep experts recommend a minimum of 7 hours of sleep a night.
Read the full article at: https://sleepfoundation.org/sleep-news/don%E2%80%99t-lose-sleep-over-daylight-saving-time
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