daylight saving time
Mar. 7, 2018—Banking up on sleep ahead of the March 11 time change is a smart way to avoid the frantic feelings and lingering fatigue associated with daylight saving time—if you do it the right way, according to a specialist at the Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center.
Mar. 9, 2017—Daylight saving time brings extra sunlight in the evenings, but many have a hard time adjusting to losing an hour of sleep. This year, daylight saving time begins on Sunday March 12, and Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center specialist Kelly Brown, M.D., says being proactive and changing your routine before Sunday can alleviate the lingering tiredness...
Vanderbilt ophthalmologist emphasizes care in dim-light driving as time change brings darkness to evening commute
Nov. 3, 2016—With the end of daylight saving time, ophthalmologists at the Vanderbilt Eye Institute want to focus on a real issue—dim-light driving situations that can endanger drivers and pedestrians.
Nov. 1, 2016—When daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, we set clocks back one hour, and essentially gain an extra hour of sleep—but that extra hour of sleep comes at the price of early evening darkness.
Mar. 9, 2016—The Monday after daylight saving time takes effect doesn’t have to be a heart-stressed, mad-dash, car-crash kind of a day.
Mar. 9, 2016—Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center specialist Kelly Brown has a list of tips people can follow to avoid the jolt to their sleep cycles and the resulting fatigue when clocks spring forward on Sunday, March 13.
Mar. 3, 2015—When Daylight Saving Time takes effect on Sunday, March 8, it doesn’t have to mean a miserably groggy Monday morning. Start planning now to ease your body into the transition, says Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center specialist Kelly Brown.