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    Final
  • Rio Grande City 14 VS Laredo Nixon 31
    Final
  • Edinburg North 28 VS Edinburg Economedes 14
    Final
  • Progreso 0 VS Raymondville 43
    Final
  • McAllen High 7 VS La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 17
    Final
  • Weslaco East 20 VS Harlingen High 17
    Final
  • Santa Maria 27 VS Three Rivers 53
    Final
  • Brownsville St. Joseph 56 VS Marine Military Academy 16
    Final
  • Brownsville Pace 34 VS Donna North 27
    Final
  • Grulla 16 VS Zapata 14
    Final
  • Brownsville Rivera 0 VS Weslaco High 72
    Final
  • Sharyland High 56 VS Sharyland Pioneer 49
    Final
  • La Joya High 7 VS McAllen Memorial 24
    Final
  • Monte Alto 0 VS Hebbronville 59
    Final
  • Mercedes 34 VS Edcouch-Elsa 14
    Final
  • Laredo Martin 51 VS Roma 17
    Final
  • Mission High 21 VS McAllen Rowe 27
    Final
  • Harlingen South 16 VS San Benito 48
    Final
  • Santa Gertrudis Academy 12 VS Santa Rosa 13
    Final
  • Valley View 12 VS Laredo Cigarroa 17
    Final
  • Rio Hondo 30 VS Wes Oso 15
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  • PSJA High 45 VS Edinburg High 28
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Eight Ways Daylight Saving Time Makes Your Job Harder

Eight Ways Daylight Saving Time Makes Your Job Harder

According to a new survey, only 17% of us get at least eight hours of sleep a night. And with Daylight Saving Time, it’s even lower today. Here are the top eight reasons your job might be harder because of the time change . . .

  1. It seems like your day goes slower. That was the number one answer. 29% of the people in the survey agreed with it.
  2. Being tired makes you feel less motivated.
  3. It makes you less productive.
  4. You have a harder time remembering stuff.
  5. It takes longer to complete certain tasks.
  6. You get irritated by your coworkers more easily.
  7. You make more mistakes.
  8. It makes you resent your job more.

Also, a new CDC study looked at which jobs mess with people’s sleep schedules the most. The jobs where you’re least likely to get at least seven hours of sleep include switchboard operators, railway workers, food prep supervisors, and firefighters.

The jobs where you’re MOST likely to get enough sleep include air traffic controllers . . . church workers . . . teachers . . . and farmers.

(PR Newswire / Huffington Post)

 

5 Tips to Help You Adjust to Daylight Savings

5 Tips to Help You Adjust to Daylight Savings

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Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday . . . 2:00 A.M to be exact.

Which means we lose an hour of sleep Saturday night.

Here are five tips to help you deal with the transition.

  1. Cut out caffeine. Make sure you don’t have any caffeine at least six hours before bed. It’s a good rule of thumb in general, but especially important this weekend.
  2. No alcohol either. Even just one drink can disturb your sleep. So skip the alcohol tomorrow night if you can.
  3. Eat light. Don’t eat anything for at least two or three hours before you plan to go to bed. Otherwise it can interfere with the quality of your sleep.
  4. Make your bed a place you want to sleep in. Meaning, fresh clean sheets . . . and no phones or iPads.
  5. Go to bed earlier. To minimize the impact of the time change, make a few gradual adjustments rather than one big one.

Go to bed 15 to 30 minutes earlier than usual TONIGHT, and again tomorrow.

You should be fully adjusted by Monday.

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(Huffington Post / BetterSleep.org)