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Spring Forward and Fall Back (To Sleep)

Join HealthDay for #SleepChat

TUESDAY, March 3. -- Daylight savings is on Sunday, March 8, but several children and adults are challenged by losing an hour of sleep. Interested in tips to adjust to the time change, decrease fatigue, improve nutrition and your overall health? Join @HealthDayEditor on Thurs. March 5, with HealthDay's Chief Medical Officer @DrCindyHaines as we host a Twitter Chat on Sleep. We will be joined by experts from Texas Children's Hospital, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the National Sleep Foundation and the Maine Health Learning Resource Center.

This Twitter Chat will address why we need sleep, common sleep disorders and how sleep is affected by electronic devices. You're invited to join the conversation on Thursday, March 5 at 12 p.m. ET.

For a full hour, follow along for tips and resources to help you get more restful Zzzzz's.

Date: Thursday, March 5, 2015

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

Hashtag: #SleepChat

Participants: @HealthDayEditor, @DrCindyHaines, @andyvangrinsven, @ReynaCMachado, @TexasChildrens, @EmergencyDocs, @EverydayMed, @SacchettiAlfred, @sleepfoundation, @MaineHealthLRC1 and more!

Host: @HealthDayEditor

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