Before you go to bed tonight, don’t forget to turn your clocks back an hour as daylight saving time ends.
Although technically you get an extra hour of sleep, experts say it can have a pretty big impact on our bodies.
Dr. Colleen Carney of Ryerson University tells Acadia News, time change creates what they call social jet lag.
Carney says even though it’s only one hour, there is a difference it what your body expects to see and what it will see, so you may have problems with fatigue, concentration, mood and eating but it will go away.
The change happens at 2am, although Atikokan and Pickle Lake don’t make the change.
Thunder Bay Fire Services also reminds you to change the batteries in all smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.