Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead one hour tonight.
The good news: the sun will set later so people will enjoy more daylight hours.
The bad news: we will lose one hour of sleep.
Losing one hour may not seem like much, but that small change can be a big deal for your health.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) many people aren’t getting enough sleep to begin with.
And losing another hour can lead to deadly consequences.
According to a Stanford University study, the Monday after the timeshift is linked to an increase in tragic car accidents.
Also adults who miss out on even one hour of sleep a day are more likely to report health problems like diabetes, depression and heart disease.
Experts suggest you use the time change to reset your sleep habits to make sure you get enough rest.