Daylight saving time could mean issues for internal body clock

Most of America “Springs Forward” Sunday for daylight saving time and losing that hour of sleep can do more than leave you tired and cranky the next day. It could also harm your health.

A combination of darker mornings and more evening light knocks your body clock out of whack, which means Daylight Saving Time can cause sleep trouble for weeks or longer.

Keep all this in mind before you get behind the wheel Sunday morning.

The loss of that one hour can leave some feeling drowsy.