Daylight Savings Time Sleep-Loss May Be Self-Inflicted, Survey Shows

New Better Sleep Council data suggests that sleep-loss during daylight savings time may be self-inflicted...

Americans admit they’re unsatisfied with their sleep, but consciously squander opportunities for more rest. The Centers for Disease Control declared that America is in the midst of a sleep epidemic. New Better Sleep Council data suggests that epidemic is self-inflicted. And Daylight Saving Time on March 9 hits us where we’re already hurting, bringing out our worst.

2014 Survey Explores the Extra Hour
What would sleep-deprived Americans do if they had the extra hour they lose as daylight saving time begins?  Turns out, Americans treat sleep like they treat their taxes. They know they need to do it, but it’s often pushed to the bottom of their to-do list. Learn about what the 2014 daylight savings survey revealed.

Daylight Saving Data Shows America at Our Worst
Better Sleep Council daylight saving time survey and research findings expose how Americans really feel about turning their clocks one hour ahead every spring. Consensus: it’s not easy. In fact, more than half (61%) of U.S. adults say they feel the effects of daylight saving time the Monday after resetting their clocks. Learn more about the effects of daylight savings time on Americans.

Your “Spring Ahead” Survival Tips
Review the Better Sleep Council’s trusted solutions to avoid “spring ahead” sleep-loss for better rest during time changes and throughout the year. Discover more daylight savings time survival tips.