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Twice a year, most people around the globe reset their clocks to mark Daylight Savings Time. In March, it is officially time to Spring Forward (although lots of people have trouble remembering that phrase). In both instances, people also end up resetting their body as well. For some reason, this time change affects our internal energy and throws our entire schedule off. I am moved to ask, why is this? Some people sleep for 4 or 5 hours minimum anyway so it’s not like they are losing eight hours of sleep. However, any extra hour of sleep does seem like a precious gift.
If Daylight Savings Time comes around at the same time every year, why do most people still end up late the next day?