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Sleep... and then Vote!

Coming Soon (11/4/18): Jet Lag Without the Travel Spring forward, fall back—even though the clocks change by only an hour during Daylight Savings Time, the effects can set you back. In fact, it feels like a mild case of jet lag. Because body chemistry speaking, it is. Your body’s internal clock (circadian rhythms) is in sync with the time the sun rises and sets, directly impacting how much sleep-inducing melatonin is released and when. This in turn impacts the brain regions that are involved in stimulating alertness and energy. Boom: Daylight Savings Time! The changes that come with Daylight Savings Time can temporarily make mornings and evenings a bit more challenging. If you have the fo