Making sleep a priority after daylight savings time


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ST. LOUIS, Mo. — How are you feeling the day after daylight saving time? Typically you'll feel sleepy for at least a few days. Studies show even a quick 10 to 20-minute snooze can improve alertness, productivity, and mood. Dr. Joseph Ojile is the director of the Clayton Sleep Institute.  He talks about making sleep a priority.

Clayton Sleep Institute
2531 S. Big Bend Blvd.

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