Sunday November 6, 2016 at 2am (or when you go to bed before that) clocks go back one hour as we lose Daylight Saving Time.
According to studies done over the years, there are things that can affect you like your risk of serious illness goes up. According to the WeatherNetwork.com; “A 2012 study from a University of Alabama found heart attack risk is up by 10 percent on the first couple of days after the spring time change”. For some it turns them into (and temporarily thankfully) lousy workers. Researchers have named it “Cyber-loafing” which is wasting time online at work rather than doing your job and for every hour of sleep lost, workers in the study spent 20 percent of their time on a task cyber-loafing.
So be extra careful the first week AFTER the time change and cherish that extra hour sleep you’ll get tonight into tomorrow.