Has daylight time affected you this week?

Have you had a difficult time waking up this week? How have your midday energy levels been? If you’ve answered ‘Yes’ or ‘Bad’ to these questions, you might not be alone.

Clocks sprung forward an hour March 11 leaving many reeling from the effects of losing sleep. Some studies have suggested that the switch to daylight time makes people grouchier, depressed, and less productive.

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The B.C. government recently squashed plans to possibly abolish the practice.

Has daylight time been a hindrance or does the added sunshine make up for it?
 

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