Daylight savings time begins this weekend. Before you go the bed Saturday night make sure to set your clock ahead one hour. Daylight savings time means we’ll get one hour less of sleep. Experts say you should go to bed 15 minutes early tonight and tomorrow to ease into the transition. You might also want to get out in the sun because light can help regulate the body’s internal clock. Make sure to get plenty of sleep before you go for a drive. Thousands of accidents are caused by drowsy each year. This is also a good time to check the batteries in your smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector. A working smoke detector can decrease a person’s risk of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. Officially Daylight savings time begins Sunday morning at two. Sleeping in Sunday may make it harder to get up Monday.