Daylight savings time 2015 begins: In Hawaii, Arizona no need to move clock
Spring has finally arrived. If you needed a sign that it is actually here, you will be required to move your clocks forward by one hour later today.
The Daylight Savings Time 2015 or spring forward is here and if you have to keep the timing tomorrow and your schedule intact you will have to change the time now so that you donâ€™t end up looking like a loser.
Many people miss their flights and train schedule as they donâ€™t adjust the time beforehand and not just lose money in the process, but also many important appointments.
Except two states in United States, all other states follow Daylight Savings Time. And tonight most people in the U.S. are supposed to push the clock forward by 60 minutes before heading to bed Saturday night. Daylight Savings time isn’t observed by Hawaii, most of Arizona, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Marianas.
Many experts warn that people should do it fast to keep away errors. â€œThere are more chances of errors the next day,â€ Dr. Harnet Walia, a sleep expert at the Cleveland Clinic, told WWJ Health Reporter Dr. Deanna Lites. But you can combat the sleepiness by â€œgoing to bed 15-30 minutes earlier than your usual bedtime and try to expose yourself to bright light in the morning.â€
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