So It Begins

So It Begins

It’s everyone’s least favorite “Holiday” – Daylight Saving Time. Ok, it may not be a holiday, but it’s a right nuisance for sleep, businesses, and routines. This year, the start of Daylight Saving Time begins on March 8th. Why do we do this year after year? The idea...
Daylight Craving Time

Daylight Craving Time

Daylight Saving Time ended November third. Making the adjustment to the time change can leave your body craving sleep. Just because our clocks show it’s 6 a.m., our bodies still think it’s 7 a.m. Likewise, you may see that it’s 9 p.m., but your brain thinks it’s 10...
Adjusting to Daylight Saving Time

Adjusting to Daylight Saving Time

March tenth begins Daylight Saving Time here in Indiana. As can be expected, this change in time causes a stir each year as the clocks are set forward an hour and we all lose sleep. Aside from the usual complaints, there are the silent ones as our bodies internal...
The Price of Falling Back

The Price of Falling Back

While the upcoming end of Daylight-Saving Time may feel like a boon, it actually plays havoc on your sleep. The ‘Falling Back’ to sleep part can feel great that first day, but as with any change in a sleep routine, the side effects can last from one to several weeks....
Daylight Saving Time – increasing sleep debt

Daylight Saving Time – increasing sleep debt

Sunday March 11th marks everyone’s favorite night: The night we all lose an hour of sleep to Daylight Saving Time. This night is more than just an annoyance; however, as it has been known to wreak havoc on sleep schedules. It isn’t just sleep that is affected by this...