Lynn Arditi / RIPR

On Sunday night we’ll all lose an hour of sleep when we turn our clocks forward for daylight savings time. Losing an hour can really throw you off balance, especially if you already have trouble sleeping. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that one in three adults don’t get enough sleep.

New research out of Bradley Hospital confirms what your mother always told you: get plenty of rest.

Researchers at Bradley Hospital’s sleep lab followed 56 teens over a period of 16 weeks.  They found that those who sleep the most tend to get sick the least. Sleep Lab director Mary Carskadon says the message is clear.