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Studies have shown that the annual ritual of turning clocks ahead (or back) can throw us out of rhythm, causing adverse effects on our health, sleep, and lifestyle. How well we adapt to these time changes depends on a variety of things, but there are a few simple actions we can take to help us adapt quicker.
Per SMG Pulmonologist and Sleep Disorders Center Specialist, Dr. Levin, “It can take the body up to a week or longer to adjust to a time change, but the closer you stick to your regular routine, the better your body will do.” Here are 5 tips from Dr. Levin to help you keep your rhythm come Daylight Saving Time (DST) on Sunday, March 8th through World Sleep Day on March 13 and beyond!