Daylight Saving Time Is Messing With You
If you feel tired, or ill, or weird, or just not yourself today, you have every right to feel that way! According to doctors at Loyola University, daylight saving can actually be hazardous to your health. The first Monday after we change the clocks (that's today), there's a higher risk of heart attacks, traffic accidents, and workplace injuries. This is because you probably slept 40 minutes less than usual, and, God knows, you're not getting enough sleep in the first place. There, doesn't that make you feel better?
You might be tired for a few days. Milk it -- this only comes around once a year. Oh, and if you have an iPhone, you may be totally messed up (check your clocks).
The good news in all of this: Sunset tonight is at 7:01 p.m.
Summer, we can practically feel you breathing down our necks.
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