Daylight Savings: When your Body Clock Doesn’t Match the Alarm

There are three certainties here for life in Sydney: death, taxes and daylight savings.

Unfortunately, all three of those certainties affect your sleep, although for the purpose of right now, let’s stick to tackling daylight savings. In just nine days time, clocks will be turned forward by one hour.But how long does it take for our body clocks to catch up to the alarm clock?

Sleep researcher Genna Paech joined Tess to discuss the ‘bad daylight savings’.

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