Some like Daylight Saving Time, others prefer not to lose sleep

Turn your clocks ahead this weekend but not if you're visiting these U.S. locations

The dark side of daylight saving time: Oregon researcher says beware of 'Sleepy Monday'

And as our nation works to improve heath, the sleep messages are right: We all need to take action everyday to ensure we get the quality sleep needed every night, including the number of hours.

Daylight Savings 2018 is almost upon us.

We're springing forward this weekend as Daylight Saving Time begins which means losing an hour of precious sleep! Moving clocks forward will likely result in the loss of an hour of sleep, making it more hard to get out of bed for work or school for a while. In the morning when the alarm rings, it's still going to feel like you should be asleep.

The effect of the change in Florida would make sunrise and sunset an hour later. The same arguments were used - that DST was inconvenient, that it was injurious to health, and that it caused auto accidents and work accidents. As of now, Florida would continue to be in two time zones, with the majority of the state in Eastern time and a small portion of the panhandle in Central time.

It's changed over the years, too. In other words, stopping with the back-and-forth of time change. "The longer it stays light, the better it is for businesses because there are more people walking around, frequenting shops and restaurants".

Based exclusively on the findings from our two studies, along with a study showing that the time change predicts a 5 percent increased incidence of heart attacks, economists estimate that the annual spring time change costs the American economy US$434 million each year. Any change, most of those states decided, would depend on their neighbors doing the same, according to the New York Times.

Daylight Saving Time starts on Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 a.m.

"You take somebody who's very sleepy when they get up at 6 a.m., and then they get up at 6 a.m. during Daylight Saving Time, and for them that's physiologically 5 a.m.", Goldstein says. Your body has an internal clock that dictates your sleep/wake cycles and is controlled by melatonin, a sleep hormone.

Get ready for more sunlight during the evening!

Before that, the 1966 law standardizing daylight saving time established it from the second Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October.

Clock-changing, can be an arduous task for some. Clocks should be set back one hour. And, consequently, millions of American adults and children can struggle to adjust for several days after or even a couple of weeks. Experts say sleep deprivation is to blame. Write down any worries before trying to get to sleep.

For nearly half the school year, it would also mean thousands more children would go to school in the dark. So be sure to mark that day on your calendar so you can look forward to getting an extra hour of sleep!

"If that happens it would be a no-brainer to say this is what the states are asking for so let's give them the option", Yates said.

According to one study, the most effective way to reset your natural sleep schedule is to go camping.

British-born New Zealander George Vernon Hudson first proposed the modern idea of a two-hour daylight saving in 1895.

Don't nap within a few hours of your regular bedtime.

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