Daylight saving time can be a problem for sleep-deprived Sunday, March 8, 2015 start of Daylight Saving Time will throw off the clock only by an hour, but that's enough to leave people feeling groggy for a day or two, sleep expert say. By setting clocks ahead an hour, daylight saving time allows us more light through the spring, summer and fall. But when the time changes at 2 a.m. Sunday (except in Arizona and Hawaii), it will cost one hour of sleep. We'll regain that when the clocks fall back on November 1, 2015. "Losing an hour is harder than gaining an hour," says Steven Feinsilver, director of the Center for Sleep Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York "It's sort of like a mini jet lag." It takes no more than 48 hours to...Read MoreAmplifeied
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