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The forward turn of the clock has been linked to an increase in car accidents, work injuries, even heart attacks, says dietitian and exercise physiologist, Dr. Felicia Stoler.
Stoler says it’s tough for many to make small adjustments and go to bed 15 minutes earlier each night, as experts suggest.
“It’s tough on our body because our circadian rhythm takes time to readjust so all of our body processes need time to adjust,” said Stoler.
The author of “Sleep Smarter,” biologist Shawn Stevenson, suggests it might help to add foods high in magnesium and potassium.