How Daylight Saving Time Affects Your Body

Daylight Saving Time began early yesterday morning (March 11th) when we moved ahead one hour, costing everyone sleep. You may still feel a little "off" and groggy because of the change, but there are other unexpected effects that the one-hour schedule change can have on physical and mental health. Five of them are:

You could experience sleep deprivation.

The risk of having a stroke can increase.

Your fertility may be affected.

You could experience more headaches.

The risk of heart attack can increase.

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