Why We Should End Daylight Savings

If you live in a tropical country, you may not have heard of daylight savings. Well to put it simply, Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of turning the clock ahead as warmer weather approaches and back as it becomes colder again. Its purpose is to make better use of daylight. There have been a lot of arguments whether it is truly beneficial for the human race or that it does not live up to what it claims to offer us. In this article, you will learn the many reasons why we should end of daylight savings time.

Those who live in a state are living proof of how daylight savings is not needed. Life and society function very well without it.

Studies claim that although it is said to save a lot of energy it is yet to be proven. Years ago it might have been helpful since more daylight meant less use of artificial light, helping to save energy. However, with the invention of computers, TV-screens, and air conditioning units, they use more energy no matter if the Sun is up or not. In addition to this, daylight savings time even increase energy use. Gasoline consumption is increased since evening activities increase with that extra daylight.

End daylight savings would make your time zone much more recognizable for others in different zones to cope with and as we all as increasing interdependence on each other around the world.

A Finish report claimed that biannual clock changes causes short-term sleeping disorders, impairs performance in the workplace, and can lead to longer-term health problems as people struggle to adapt. It is similar to the way jet-lag makes you feel, daylight-saving time is like going over one time zone over another. This can disrupt our sleep, metabolism, mood, stress levels, and other bodily rhythms. One study suggests recovery can take three weeks. By ending this practice, we are able to avoid this risk.

There is also a trend that every year on the day after daylights savings starts, there is a great increase in deaths and people being admitted into the hospital due to heart attacks and traffic accidents. Imagine the number of lives that will be saved when its practice is ended. Get into some more facts about daylight saving, visit https://www.encyclopedia.com/earth-and-environment/atmosphere-and-weather/atmospheric-and-space-sciences-atmosphere/daylight.

Lastly, the traditional justifications for keeping daylight saving time appear to be unsupported by the full suite of scientific evidence. There has been no study yet to prove how it is able to help us save energy, improve our safety, and save fuel.


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