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Sleep and Daylight Savings


Moving our clocks, watches, and cell phones in either direction changes the principal time for setting and resetting our 24-hour natural cycle, or circadian rhythm. This makes our internal clock out of sync with our current day-night cycle.

If you have insomnia or are sleep-deprived already, you could experience more difficulties. In this situation, you could see decreased performance, concentration and memory during the workday, which is common to sleep-deprived individuals. You also may experience fatigue and daytime sleepiness. All of these are more likely if you consume alcohol or caffeine late in the evening.

To learn more about how sleep impacts your health visit: https://sleepfoundation.org/ or https://sleep.org/.

To schedule an appointment with one of our healthcare providers call (910) 295-6868 or visit us online at www.pinehurstneurology.com

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Pinehurst Neurology, P.A. 

10 Page Drive Pinehurst, NC  28374

PO Box 1749 Pinehurst, NC  28370

 

Tel: 910-295-6868

Fax: 910-295-1514

Hours of Operation

Monday through Thursday

8:00 am to 5:00 pm 

 

Friday                                     8:00 am to 12:00 pm

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