Daylight Saving time 2015 ends: It is not good for people’s health
Daylight Saving time 2015 has finally come to an end. The beginning of the day saw clocks being moved backward by one hour, announcing officially the end of the daylight savings in United States that had begun in early March.
In the month of March in US, people move their clocks forward announcing the beginning of the spring forward.
So if you were among the people who didnâ€™t move their clocks back before going to bed, it is the right time to do it now. Otherwise your schedule is going to be badly impacted.
Nonetheless mobile phones have made the task much simpler as people donâ€™t depend much on clocks as much as they did before. Many people change the clocks before going to sleep while others depend much on their smartphones for timing.
Nonetheless as clocks are still used by almost everyone to move about our daily chores we should move them backward to be on the safer side.
Many people seem to be puzzled by the fact that they have to change the time at such odd hours, 2 a.m. midnight. It is said that daylight Saving puts more hours of light in the evening; its end takes that away and means we will have afternoon hours spent in darkness.
In the meantime opposition to daylight savings seems to be building. Many people suggest that when it doesnâ€™t make any difference in places like Arizona and Hawaii why it makes any difference in the rest of the country. It must be kept in mind that neither Arizona nor Hawaii follow daylight savings time. The two have discarded this dated concept decades ago. Others that donâ€™t follow it include the U.S. territories of Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of the Mariana Island.
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