“Are you ready to move your clocks forward by an hour? That’s right — for most people in the United States, it’s time to “spring forward” into Daylight Saving Time.
““For whatever reason, Daylight Saving Time always just creeps up on us,” said pediatrician Dr. Cora Collette Breuner, a professor of adolescent medicine in University of Washington’s department of pediatrics in Seattle.
“Residents of Hawaii, most of Arizona and the US territories in the Pacific and Caribbean don’t follow the time change.
“For folks who are adjusting their clocks, the body isn’t going to like getting up an hour earlier, so it’s best to start adapting by going to bed and waking up 15 to 20 minutes earlier each day for four or more days before the change, experts say.”
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