Love it or hate it, our clocks spring forward one hour overnight.
Dr. Charles Samuels is the medical director at the centre for sleep and human preformance in Calgary.
He says most people aren’t affected by the change, unless their sleep deprived already.
“One hour really isn’t that big. The biggest issue is the cognitive impairment. Our biggest worry is actually the drive to work on Monday morning, where people haven’t recovered their sleep on Sunday from the switch.”
Make sure you set your clocks ahead to spring forward when you go to bed tonight.
The time changes at 2 a.m. officially.