Turn back your clock: Turn Back Clocks 2015
Published: October 30, 2015
Turn back your clock: Turn Back Clocks 2015, It’s time to fall back, Indiana. Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday in the U.S., which means you’ll need to turn clocks back an hour on Saturday, Halloween night.
That extra hour in bed might be nice Sunday, but Harvard Health says the one-hour shift in someone’s sleep cycle when daylight saving time starts and ends can affect sleep for up to a week. After gaining an hour in the fall, many people wake up earlier and have more trouble falling asleep.
Regular exercise and a consistent bedtime can help keep your sleep cycle on track, Harvard Health says.
Though most of the country observes daylight saving time, Hawaii and most of Arizona do not. Most counties in Indiana did not observe daylight saving time until 2006 after a bill passed the Indiana legislature in April 2005.
Since you’ll have an extra hour this weekend, the American Red Cross recommends spending five minutes testing smoke alarm batteries right after turning back your clocks. The U.S. Fire Administration says smoke alarm batteries should be tested at least once a month to make sure they’re in order.
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