Even though it happens every year, spring forward and fall back can still leave you feeling out of sorts. As a result, your circadian cycle also goes out of whack. Given a choice between the two, it seems infinitely better to set the clock back an hour than move the hands up an hour. For with the former, you gain an hour of sleep at night as opposed to losing an hour.
That said, even though with fall back you get treated to an extra hour in bed, it comes at the cost of darker evenings. The whole transition still takes some getting used to and there are some coping mechanisms you can try out. These will help make dealing with the time change easier.Read More