3 Ways Daylight Saving Time Messes With Your Health
March 25, 2016
Daylight saving time actually has real implications on our physical health.
According to a study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, if you work in physically demanding jobs outside of an office, daylight savings time actually increases your chance of workplace injury and reduces motor functioning, thanks to lack of sleep.
You also make experience more cluster headaches, thanks to an interruption in your body’s circadian rhythms. These rhythms impact everything from the release of stress hormones, to how hungry you are, and when they’re forced to shift abruptly, like with daylight savings time, it can trigger chronic, painful headaches.
Daylight saving time has also been proven to cause more car accidents. Chronically low levels of sleep affect reaction time, perception, and attention – which translate to more dangerous driving conditions on the road.
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