KCUR: Relax, Kansas City — Experts Say It's Not That Hard For Humans To Adapt To A Time Change

November 1, 2018

It's that time of year, at 2 a.m. on Sunday, the clocks on our digital devices will jump back one hour. 

“Often their worry and overreaction to the time change creates greater problems than the actual physiology of the time change,” said Dr. Jason Graff, the medical director for Saint Luke's Sleep Disorders Program.

Read the KCUR article: Relax, Kansas City — Experts Say It's Not That Hard For Humans To Adapt To A Time Change to hear more on what might even keep you up and how planning your sleep could help.

You can also listen to the full, live interview about the adjustment of even one hour affects our circadian rhythm on KCUR's Central Standard: Circadian Rhythms, beginning at 31:40. 

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