End Of Daylight Savings 2011

November 4, 2011 by staff 

End Of Daylight Savings 2011, It’s that time of year again, when we are plunged into darkness terrible of 4 pm and time cunning, cold and endless, like the hands of vampires. Or, whatever, is the end of daylight savings time! No problem! And apparently, some people say in the business of dream, this “falling” sht is really good for you even if you have to remove your lamp SAD and sleep in it.

ABC News:

“Generally, it is always easier to stay an hour later to go to bed an hour earlier, so most people have relatively small problem setting the clocks in the fall,” said Dr. Steven Silverstein , director of the Center for Sleep Medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, in an email. “This is our basic circadian rhythm (the ‘biological clock’) actually appears to be scheduled for a day over 24 hours. It works a little slow.”
It is also more “natural” in this way:

“The circadian clock does not change with social change,” said researcher of chronobiology to Roenneberg of Ludwig Maximilans the University of Munich, Germany. “During the winter, there is a beautiful sunrise on the monitoring of human sleep behavior, which is completely and immediately interrupted when daylight saving time was introduced in March.”
Other researchers, however, say that the stress of weather changes are bad for you, that’s why you should always have some red wine on the list after trudging home in the world cold, dark and lonely. (It takes a little Hand beef liver, too, for their levels of vitamin D).

Summer time ends on Sunday, November 6, at 2 am, so if you have watches that do not change automatically, you must set back one hour before bedtime. Because this has always confused verbiage, let’s clarify: This means that the plants an hour earlier. Someday I’ll get it eventually, then we will have to “spring forward” (Sunday, March 11, 2012).

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