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Do you really get an extra hour of sleep with Daylight Savings Time?

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Daylight Saving Time "fall back" doesn't equal sleep gain. Daylight Saving Time officially ends at 2:00 am on the first Sunday in November. In theory, "falling back" means an extra hour of sleep this weekend. And the resulting shift in the body's daily sleep -wake cycle can disrupt sleep for several days.
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Daylight Saving Time: Why do we change our clocks?



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