You get an extra hour of sleep this weekend -- it's the end of daylight saving time.
Before you go to bed on Saturday night, don't forget to set your old-school clocks back an hour. Daylight saving time officially goes into effect Sunday at 2 a.m.
Experts say even though most people welcome that extra hour, it can put your body under stress by throwing off your internal clock.
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The best way to combat that is to try and get on a good sleep schedule before the time change.
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Daylight saving time ends: Don't forget to fall back this weekend
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