As the clocks “fall back” for the end of Daylight Savings Time, it also signals the beginning of Drowsy Driving Awareness Week (Nov. 7 – Nov. 14). The National Sleep Foundation aims to inform the public on the dangers of drowsy driving, a common hazard for the nation’s truck drivers.

Our natural circadian rhythm is to work during daylight hours and sleep during the night. As Dr. Martin Moore-Ede explains in the article, “cheap blue lights” can interrupt our natural rhythms in ways that can cause stress and chronic illnesses.

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