In the UK last night we had to "put our clocks back an hour". If we are used to taking our meds at a certain time in the evening to gain relief all through the night, the change must have an effect, i.e. say pramipexole lasted 8 hours and it was taken an hour earlier or later than usual it would have an effect surely. Does anyone notice this and if so what ways do they do to compensate? [Sorry this is a bit vague but I have to confess not to understanding why we turn clocks back or forward and the maths involved...don't even go there!] All the best me hearties, Tpebop, Kent, Britain
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