This Sunday we will "spring forward" an hour, which means you'll be adding more daylight to your days -- but also losing a precious hour of sleep.
Even a small amount of sleep loss will affect your circadian rhythm, resulting in disrupted sleep.
It can take up to a week for your body to adjust to the time change, and lack of sleep can lead to health issues.
Studies have linked short-term sleep deprivation with irritability, lack of focus and a weakened immune system.
Lack of sleep also affects your diet, leading to eating larger portions, and a preference of high calorie, high carb foods, resulting in the likelihood of choosing unhealthy foods when grocery shopping.
That means that short-term sleep loss can set you up for ...