Daylight Saving Time’s effect on your sleep

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PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Of the two days each year that Americans adjust their clocks for Daylight Savings Time, the “Spring Forward” exercise is arguably the least-favorite.

On Saturday night/Sunday morning, we will be losing an hour of sleep. While we may see the adjustment as an annual, annoying chore, taking away that hour every Spring actually takes a significant toll on our bodies.

To share some tips on how to make the transition a little easier, Emily was joined by Dr. Kaanchan Gangal from Oregon Sleep Associates.

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