Daylight saving time, this weekend you sleep an hour less.

At 2 am, between Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March, we will move the hands forward an hour until 3 o’clock

Daylight saving time, this weekend you sleep an hour less.
At 2 am, between Saturday 24 and Sunday 25March , we will move the hands forward an hour until 3 o’clock.We will have an extra hour of light, but we will sleep an hour less.Some may experience a sensation similar to that of a Jet-lag for biorhythm regulation.

A quarter of the world’s population lives in countries that adopt summer time, so far very few studies have examined its impact on physiology and behavior. In order to stay in sync with the environment, the internal biological clock is based on natural light and therefore is significantly affected by the sudden change in sunrise time.

Scholars have discovered that the sleep-wake rhythm does not easily adapt to the transition to daylight saving time.The change negatively affects especially people with forward-looking chronotypes, who tend to lie down and get up later.

First of all, energy saving, but also the possibility to enjoy the days longer with the arrival of summer.