Sleep physicians warn that the end of daylight saving time could lead to more drowsy drivers on the road, reports The Chicago Tribune.

Once clocks fall back and spontaneously add 60 minutes to Sunday, Nov. 4, people’s sleep patterns will change, and that can have a temporary negative effect, Mohammad Kagzi, a doctor at the Midwest Sleep and Internal Medicine Institute in Gurnee, told the Chicago Tribune.

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