GREENSBORO, N.C. — Daylight saving time is almost here with clocks set to spring forward on March 8th, 2020.
The change can be hard on your body because it impacts the circadian rhythm, especially for children in school age.
Another challenge can be adjusting your sleep schedule once the clocks change.
If you struggle with the leap forward, you're not alone. Doctors say insomnia complaints peak after each change in time settings, winter and summertime alike.
To make the adjustment as smooth as possible, there are some things you can consider.
- light exposure
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