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Alerting: You’re More Likely To Get Hit By A Car After This Weekend

Beware, everyone. Daylight saving hour this weekend can have a dangerous consequence on driving, most likely thanks to a lack of Zs.

Research shows the time-turning tradition can lead to more traffic-related collisions. A 2014 study from the University of Colorado at Boulder found that pedestrians are more likely to be killed by a vehicle during the daylight saving time periodthan any other day of the year.Researchers from the study received a 17 percent increase in traffic fatalities on the Monday after the shift.

The majority of us who are already sleep deprived will feel that loss of this hour of sleep more than ever, Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and board-certified sleep specialist, wrote on The Huffington Post.

This could lead to more sleepy people behind the wheel, which not only threatens themselves but others. As Breus explains, drowsy driving is deadly even if you arent the drowsy one.

Experts say the best route to avoid crashes is tonot to reach the road if youre tired. That includes pulling over if you catch yourself starting to catnap at the wheel.And, if youre a pedestrian, make sure to stay alert to your surroundings.

If youre looking to minimize some of the exhausting effects of losing sleep, here are a few tips 😛 TAGEND

Hit the fodder early. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults log approximately seven to nine hoursof Zs whichever feels the healthiest to them. Keep up your regular sleep pattern and adjust your bedtime to reach your hours.

The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults log approximately seven to nine hoursof Zs whichever feels the healthiest to them. Keep up your regular sleep pattern and adjust your bedtime to reach your hours.

Ditch the nightcap. It might help you drift off at first, but alcohol disrupts your sleep overall. You may end up waking up in the middle of the night or not getting quality rest.

It might help you drift off at first, but alcohol disrupts your sleep overall. You may end up waking up in the middle of the night or not get quality rest.

Dont work up right before you go to bed. Exercisedoes help you sleep, but give your body enough time to unwindbefore you hit the sack.

Exercisedoes help you sleep, but give your body enough time to unwindbefore you hit the sack.

Take a warm shower or bath before bed.The heating and then cooling of your body temperature may prep your mind for remainder.