TIL that there is a small increase in number of heart attacks globally at the start of daylight savings time in spring (when people lose an hour’s sleep) and a corresponding decrease at the end

Read more: https://utswmed.org/medblog/daylight-saving-time-sleep-health/

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  1. Thought this was interesting as well

    > One study showed that hospitals reported addressing 11% more depressive symptoms right after the fall time change. The time change in the spring did not result in a similar result, supporting the notion that sunlight does our minds and bodies good.

  2. This also has to do with your periodic cycle in the body. If you want to learn more about this, look in the effects of your hormones like PER and hormones that affect your cells during hypoxia.

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