This past weekend’s time change is going to affect your body’s Circadian Rhythms– It’s a fancy name for our body’s internal clock. And like it or not, they dictate so much of what we do and how we feel. Anthony Carboni looks at why we have them and how they work.
Watch 28-year-old daredevil Katie Hansen glide into the passenger seat of a moving convertible. She’s flying between 20 to 40 miles per hour with the driver carefully matching her speed and just as she approaches, it looks like she’s not going to make it. But with a last second manuever, she nails a flawless touchdown into the car! Hansen is a daredevil and extreme athlete who has been sponsored by the Monster Energy Drink Army. In addition to skydiving, she base jumps, rides motorbikes and snowboards just to name a few of her extreme hobbies!
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Ahhh, Sunday morning at 2 a.m. this weekend, that wonderful day of the year we get that hour back we got shortchanged on this past March, and it’s proven statistically that the 2 times of year the time change happens, it does throw our body clock out of sync, and as a consequence, we’re more accident prone too for a couple of days while we reset our internal clock too! Best way to overcome that, sleep & sunshine! To find out who started this whole idea, what places don’t do it, and why we are still doing it, watch the video!