Americans across the country gained an hour early Sunday, ending the latest cycle of Daylight Saving Time.
That means sunlight is scarcer.
And just because the clocks read one time doesn’t mean our bodies won’t respond to another.
Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: Daylight Saving Time and sleep.
- Dr. Lubna Munshi, Endocrinologist and diabetes expert, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
- Terry Cralle, registered nurse, clinical sleep educator, author of the 2016 book “Sleeping Your Way to the Top: How to Get the Sleep You Need to Succeed”
- Denise Grady, science reporter, The New York Times