We all have an extra hour this weekend as Daylight Savings Time ends and time "falls back". While I can't ever remember the time change affecting me in any way, apparently some have a difficult time with it.

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I can't for the life of me figure out what the problem is. You go to bed Saturday night, you wake up Sunday morning. If you've forgotten to change your clock the night before, you have the gift of knowing that actually it's an hour earlier than the time you're seeing. Hooray!

But in some cases, this extra hour has been known to turn peoples live upside down. They have to re-schedule meetings on Monday, need sleep aids, change their diet, all because of an extra hour gained on one day of the year.

As a public service, here are some tips to "survive" the extra hour you gain.

As for me, I'll change the batteries in my smoke detectors, carbon monoxide alarm, and hopefully nap that hour away. One thing is certain for me,  I won't be getting an extra hour of sleep. I have a dog.