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Sleep tips for surviving the time change

Cheapism Logo By Jennifer Magid of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 12: Daylight saving time ends Nov. 1, setting clocks back an hour — and gifting you 60 minutes of precious weekend sack time. The start of daylight saving time in March is considered tougher to handle than its end, but both can be disruptive for the third of adults who suffer temporary insomnia from any sudden change in schedule. Here are some free or inexpensive techniques to help handle a time shift.Related: Feeling Anxious? Try This Calming Yoga Sequence

Sleeping Through It

Daylight saving time ends Nov. 1, setting clocks back an hour — and gifting you 60 minutes of precious weekend sack time. The start of daylight saving time in March is considered tougher to handle than its end, but both can be disruptive for the third of adults who suffer temporary insomnia from any sudden change in schedule. Here are some free or inexpensive techniques to help handle a time shift.

Related: Feeling Anxious? Try This Calming Yoga Sequence

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