PHILADELPHIA (CBS)Studies show there are already more heart attacks on Monday’s but there’s a greater increase, 10 to 14 percent more, after clocks spring forward for daylight saving time on Sunday.

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Losing that bit of sleep changes your circadian rhythm, which affects the sleep hormone, melatonin.

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Researchers suggest waking up a half hour earlier on the weekend that the clocks change or wearing a mask while sleeping to block out the light.

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This helps the body get the appropriate amount of light until the body’s circadian rhythms adjust.