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Daylight Saving Time 2016: How To Stay Energized After Losing An Hour Of Sleep

03/10/2016 01:45 EST | Updated 03/13/2016 09:00 EDT
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Daylight saving time (or daylight savings time, as we like to say) begins on Mar. 13 at 2 a.m. — and let's face it, getting up feels twice as hard after "losing" an hour of sleep.

As we spring forward and change our clocks an hour ahead, this does mean some of us across Canada may feel a little sleepy during the morning after and throughout the week. In fact, researchers at the University of British Columbia note there is a five to seven per cent increase in traffic accidents three days after spring forward, CBC reports.

We've rounded up 10 ways to stay energized during the week following daylight saving time. Don't let it get the best of you, take back that extra hour of snooze time!

How To Stay Energized Through Daylight Saving Time