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Daylight saving time is a double challenge this year

Daylight saving time is a double challenge this year
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Daylight saving time has mixed effects on people's health. Transitions into and out of DST can disturb people's sleeping patterns, for example, and make them more restless at night. Night owls tend to be
more bothered by the time changes than people who like mornings. This year, scientists are saying daylight saving time is a double challenge. WHY?

Sleep experts say it’s just more stress for people already tossing and turning, basically, our bodies have to adjust to the time change on top of feeling fatigued by pandemic-driven sleep issues.

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