The effects that timing has on work, school and health.
Summer Can Create Havoc On Sleep Patterns
The sun rose in the Valley at 5:22 Friday morning. And with the intense brightness of that sun over the long, sizzling summer, our body clocks are affected.
If your sleep pattern is already out of sync, the next few months could hit you especially hard.
Dr. Lois Krahn, sleep expert at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, explains what we can do.