Less than three weeks from now on November 5, from time zone to time zone across the United States, residents in nearly every single state will be turning their clocks back one hour. With this practice can come the disruptive changes in sleep patterns as we reset the clocks from Daylight Saving Time.
A recent article in NJ.com has highlighted the impact that the change in time can have. Some may be more susceptible to car accidents from the shift in their sleep cycles, though the study in The New England Journal of Medicine noted that there may be a decrease in car accidents during the time change of the fall versus the spring, due to the minor increase in sleep when clocks are set back.
The removal of the one hour of sleep in the spring can have a greater impact on one's health versus the fall. In the spring, individuals are also more susceptible to heart attacks. But during the fall there can be an increase in emotional health issues such as "depressive episodes and suicides" per the NJ.com article.
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