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Baptist Health System has more than 115 years’ history of caring for our community and making a positive difference. From welcoming your babies to restoring health or treating you in an emergency, we know that care is more than medicine. It’s compassion. It’s attentiveness. And a healthy dose of kindness. Our system of care includes six full-service hospitals, a specialized children’s hospital with a dedicated pediatric emergency unit, a comprehensive cancer care network, fitness and rehabilitation centers, urgent care clinics, a physician network, imaging centers, ambulatory services and the Baptist School of Health Professions. Wherever you go in the Baptist Health System, you’ll find that we have the same goal – to help people achieve health for life through compassionate service inspired by faith.

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Doctors explain how Daylight Saving Time could negatively impact sleep, health

May 13, 2019

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS - Daylight Saving Time (DST) forced us to lose an hour of sleep as we sprung forward this past March. But how is that loss of sleep affecting you to this day? Have you caught up on your rest?

Sleep-deprived

Emily Pavlik, M.D., said although losing an hour of sleep may not seem like a lot, it can cause significant changes to our mental and physical well-being. “Most do not get the recommended amount of sleep, which is 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night,” Dr. Pavlik said. “So any amount of additional sleep loss can cause dangerous side effects while on the job or in a car, or negatively impact job or academic performance,” she said. Dr. Pavlik, a physician, who practices at Baptist Medical Center’s Emergency Department, said sleep loss can also contribute to heart and mood disorders, fertility problems or other conditions.

For more information, please contact: Natalie Gutierrez, 210-260-7250 (C) or email Natalie.gutierrez@baptisthealthsystem.com.