Is it normal to take longer to fall asleep and wake up earlier at the End of DST? Yes!

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2013 study suggests that during the End of Daylight Savings Time, people tend to get up earlier and lose time sleeping overall.

If it takes you 20-30 minutes to fall asleep, this is expected but still frustrating. And if you wake up 30-45 minutes earlier, this too is expected and a bit frustrating. Remember, your body takes time to make the adjustment.

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