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Why We Have Daylight Savings Time and Need to Get Rid of It

November 05, 2011 | 70,947 views
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Most people in the U.S. have been practicing Daylight Savings Time for as long as they can remember. More summer light and theoretically less power consumption. But the sleep adjustment to the time change can cause dips in production and health hazards as a result of fatigue.

The end of Daylight Savings Time can also exacerbate depression. Time Magazine recently featured 8 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues, which includes suggestions such as:
 
  • Light therapy
  • Socializing
  • Exercising, and
  • Massage

To view the rest, please see the source link below. I've also written about this in the past, so for more tips and guidelines for fending off the Winter Blues, please see this previous article.

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