Easing Into Daylight Saving Time to Prevent Sleep Loss
January 18, 2017•9 min
If you’re a kid — and a parent — bedtime can be a struggle. Bedtime battles can get even tougher during daylight saving time. Whether we are “springing forward” in March or “falling back” in November, physicians say that preparation can empower parents, help families transition to the time change and make sure everyone is getting healthy sleep. Listen in as Monika Garg Mathur, MD helps you better deal with daylight saving time.