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Saturday, November 2, 2013

Many Stay Up Late Night Before Clock Falls Back

The time change might give us an extra hour of snooze time, but most people don't use it to catch up on their Z's. 

That's according to Dr. Rachel Morehouse, the Medical Director of the Sleep Centre at the Regional Hospital, who tells CHSJ News we tend to stay up late the night before the clocks fall back instead of turning in at our usual time.

Morehouse says we always feel like there is something more important than sleep, and are constantly cutting corners when it comes to getting our beauty rest. Most people need seven a half hours of sleep every night. 

Daylight savings time ends at 2am tomorrow morning.