It's that time during the spring where we must move our clocks forward one hour. When the switch happens, we have to accommodate to whole new biorhythm and way of living. Moving the clock either forward or backward disrupts our natural rhythm. Surprisingly, even that one hour can have consequences on our minds and bodies. To make a smooth transition, it is good to best know the extent of the influence of daylight savings on our bodies. Some of these effects may prove surprising but will make sense once we dig deeper into the science of the whole phenomenon.
Damaging our circadian rhythm can be dangerous and hazardous for our health, and the effect may continue until the end of daylight savings in autumn, where we gain one hour. The detail that is not considered is that people are bound to live and sleep for a certain time. If there is any sudden kind of interruption in your cycle, then your body will yearn for a return to the old regime. We might think that a social change of time is the answer, but you cannot cheat the biological clock.
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