Daylight Saving Time this weekend; losing an hour of sleep can cause health issues

This weekend marks the 100th anniversary of Daylight Saving Time.

Losing an hour of sleep does not sound like a big deal, but it can affect your health.

The CDC said many people aren't getting enough to sleep to begin with, so getting even less one night can be dangerous. 

Experts said the Monday after we spring forward is linked to an increase in car accidents.

Also, adults who miss out on even one hour of sleep a day are more likely to report health problems like diabetes, depression and heart disease.

 Experts suggest using the time change this weekend to reset your sleep habits to make sure you are getting enough Z's.

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