How daylight saving time affects you

Twice a year the clocks are changed in order to preserve more daylight during our waking hours, and twice a year the population becomes out of balance as a result. During the fall the clocks are moved backward and we gain an hour of sleep. During the spring they are moved forward and we lose an hour – or as some would see it – the change is reversed. How does the time change affect your mental and physical health.?

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