Waking up on Monday morning might be a little easier with Daylight savings time a couple days away and our clocks being set back.
For most people daylight savings time either means getting an hour more of sleep, or losing an hour of sleep, but it does have it’s side effects.
People that are more susceptible to the affects of daylight savings time typically have a pre existing conditions such as sleep apnea or insomnia.
these conditions become magnified during day light savings time and can cause side effects of depression and anxiety.
there are Some things to help you get through daylight savings time.
some of the proven methods to help cope are getting lots of natural sunlight, exercising and not taking a nap during the day.