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Daylight Saving Time ending is good for our health

As daylight saving time ends this weekend, there’s a lot of discussion about the changes in our daily routines.
COLUMBIA, S.C. โ€” As we turn our clocks back, the evening daylight will grow shorter. But did you know this time shift can bring surprising benefits to our well-being?
Studies show that an extra hour of morning light can improve our mental health. Exposure to natural light in the morning can enhance mood, boost productivity, and improve overall mental well-being. Additionally, it can regulate our circadian rhythm, making it easier for us to wake up and feel alert in the morning.
Increasing exposure to natural light can contribute to increased physical activity, which is particularly beneficial for those who strive to maintain an active lifestyle. Walking or jogging in natural light in the morning can be extremely beneficial for a person’s health.
Even though thousands of scientists advocate for standard time, legislators continue to push to make Daylight Saving Time permanent.



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