Beat driving fatigue Article 24 Mar 0
It’s not really the case that gaining or losing an hour of sleep at daylight savings time will completely screw up your body clock. It’s like how you can still function perfectly well the next day when you stay up a little late watching House of Cards. But when the clocks shift, it can still leave you a bit out-of-sorts – especially when the evenings are darker than you’re used to. The earlier sunset tells your body it’s time to start shutting down for the day, so can leave you more vulnerable to fatigue. Here’s how to make sure you stay safe and alert on the roads.