Sun, 19 Mar 2023 16:00:43 GMT 6
Daylight helps to regulate hormones and the immune system. It’s good for sleep and can help with depression. So be glad of the extra daylight when the clocks go forward
If we took away the walls, the ceilings, the street lights, the screens and allowed our senses to guide us, we might rise with the sun and sleep when it sets. Artificial lighting and blackout blinds allow us to choose our waking hours – but is it good for us to stay up late under the glow of electric bulbs then sleep in late? On Sunday 26 March the clocks spring forward as we switch to British summer time. Here’s why we should make the most of the extra daylight.
Source link for full text: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2023/mar/19/spring-forward-why-you-should-make-the-most-of-the-extra-daylight-clocks-go-forward
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